Walmart has signed the dotted line to become one of Tesla’s new electric semi’s earliest adopters with a pre-order of 15 vehicles.

Of the 15 Semis, five will go to Walmart’s U.S. operations and the remaining 10 are to be tested in Canada. No word on the deal’s conditions, with regards to deposits and a cancellation policy, should the trucks miss the mark in its test trials.

“We have a long history of testing new technology – including alternative-fuel trucks – and we are excited to be among the first to pilot this new heavy-duty electric vehicle,” the company said in a statement. “We believe we can learn how this technology performs within our supply chain, as well as how it could help us meet some of our long-term sustainability goals, such as lowering emissions.” 

Other retailers have also agreed to pre-order, such as grocery store chain Meijer with four vehicles and J.B. Hunt Transport Services, a Fortune 500 marketplace for shippers and carriers.  As of Nov. 20, the largest number of reservations have come from Loblaws, a Canadian grocery store chain, at 25. All Tesla semi reservations require a $5,000 deposit.

Not all, however, is rosy, with trucking company Daseke releasing an email statement disqualifying themselves from switching due to the truck’s “limited 500-mile range”, discouraging the company from becoming an early adopter.

Look for the Tesla Semi to go into production in 2019 with first deliveries to happen by late 2019.

The Tesla Semi was revealed last Thursday to much fanfare and never-ending press. According to Tesla, its new semis hold a 500-mile range on a single charge when fully loaded at 65-mph, powered by mega chargers that draw energy using solar panels. Other notable mentions include a 1-million mile drivetrain guarantee, an 80 percent charge in 30 minutes, autopilot features, and two touch-screen displays to each side of the driver.