Starting a food truck is much cheaper than starting a restaurant. There is a different set of economics involved with starting a food truck, which is where food truck economics come in.

Food truck economics include income and expenses, including food, labor, operating costs, advertising, legal requirements (fees, licensing and parking), fuel, maintenance, repairs, food, insurance, commissary costs, and more. Food truck economics include proximity and time restrictions.

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