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Different Types of Mobile Food Vehicles

Food trailers

Much like food carts, food trailers lack a drivetrain system and thus require a vehicle to tow them to the locations where vendors plan to sell their fare. However, these trailers are much larger than food carts (some reach the size of cross-country semitrailers).

The vast amount of space that these trailers have allow their owners to install much larger kitchens, which in turn allows them to cater to much larger crowds than the average food truck or cart can handle.

The downside to being this large is that in most cities across the country, trailers are unable to park on public streets, so they’re either forced to park in a static location or restricted to only serving customers at large events, such as festivals and sports arenas.

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