Food trucks are already dangerous to drive... Think about it, you have 5-6 ton truck loaded with cooking equipment, oils and gasoline. You have plenty to worry about with the best driving conditions. Here are some safety trips for driving during the winter and especially on rainy days.
There's a lot going on in and around your tuck on most days. As technology advances it is getting much easier and more affordable to secure your truck. Because we insure so many gourmet food trucks across the county, we see all kinds of claims. Theft and vandalism are still not very common, but it does happen. Here are some of the ways you can increase security of your truck to reduce the possibility of loss and possibly reduce your premium...
Your phone buzzes. You glance down at your latest text. BOOM! A crash.
Just 3 seconds of distracted driving is all it takes for an accident to occur, according to the National Highway Safety Administration, and statistics show it is a major epidemic:
A fire in your food truck could really put the brakes on your business. Yet, cooking fires are surprisingly common, and 57% of food business fires are caused by cooking equipment. Even with well trained staff and up to date equipment, kitchen fires can happen to anyone at a moments notice. Keep your food truck rolling with these 10 fire prevention tips: