Good Luck, Truck: The Realities of Starting a Mobile Restaurant [INFOGRAPHIC]

For foodies who quickly grow tired of the same lunch spots surrounding their offices, their humdrum lunchtime routines have been delightfully shaken up by the food truck craze. For local restaurant owners who want to experiment with different locations without the pricey rent bill, their prayers have been answered by the food truck revolution. With low startup costs and the ability to try out location after location, food trucks seem like a can’t-lose, low-risk option for entrepreneurs looking to get into the restaurant game. But mobile noshing offers more than meets the eye. In this infographic, we explore the challenges of owning a mobile restaurant. Click the infographic for an enlarged view.

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About Monica Appelbe

Monica Appelbe is a member of Intuit’s Small Business communications team. A Pittsburgh native, her favorite hometown restaurants are family-owned small businesses.
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