Frequently Asked Questions
01 What kind of events could a food truck attend?
Just about anything! Most food trucks are willing to serve at any special event. Examples include – caterings, weddings, birthday parties, graduation parties, festivals, etc. If you can dream it, they can probably serve at it!
02 Can we get a food truck at our office for lunch?
Typically, yes! This will depend on your location, property manager, and a few details but it's possible. If property management won't allow the truck to sell to the public, then perhaps a catering from the truck would be a better way to go.
03 How much time in advance should I book a truck before my event?
Sooner the better as many trucks book months in advance. Depending on the date it is possible to get trucks last minute, but your chances/food options are better the earlier you book.
04 If I have a small amount of people; what is my likelihood to get a truck?
Many trucks do have a minimum price in order to cover the cost of business. Minimums are different for every truck. Our suggestion is to fill out a Book A Truck form to get in front of all our Members, and see what happens.
05 If I book a food truck, what should I expect from the truck?
All food trucks/trailers are completely self contained; meaning they contain their own source of power and water. Some trucks may require additional power to provide the best food truck experience for you, so it doesn’t hurt to ask. Most trucks will supply their own serving items such as plates, napkins, and silverware, but it doesn’t hurt to double check with them upon booking. Most often all you need to supply is a spot to park and a group of hungry people!
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06 Can you help me open a food truck?
You've come to the right spot! We have classes to teach you everything you need to know on how to open your own truck or trailer. We also offer private consulting if you feel a classroom setting is not for you.
07 Can you help me secure a Mobile Food Vending Permit?
Please take a look at our City Guidelines tab to locate your city and what is required to secure a permit for your truck or trailer. We are try to keep the website up to date with all new codes and regulations and will try to add as many cities and counties that we can.