If you’ve always dreamt of owning your own food truck business, you might not know where to start. In our comprehensive e-book guide, we help you understand everything you need to know when it comes to starting a food truck business – or catering van business, as it’s sometimes known.
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The best van models for your food truck
Most food truck owners will want a van that stands out from the crowd but is also safe and reliable. Here are a couple of suggestions from our experts at Adrian Flux.
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VW Campers are a great way to catch people’s attention. As VW Campers are equipped for holidays, they already have important features like plumbing and electricity. Of course, a VW Camper will still need to be gutted and converted to serve as a food truck.
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The Citroën H has become one of the most common food trucks, probably because of its distinctive look and the amount of room it offers inside.
These quirky vans are great if you don’t travel too much. Since they’re a classic vehicle and you can only purchase them used, they can be more prone to issues than other vans. But what they lack in reliability, they make up for in eye-catching design. Owing to their unusual design, the Citroën H is great at catching the attention of potential customers – and a fantastic conversation starter. Many owners opt to paint their vans in pastel colours, which can help them stand out even more.
Want more ideas of reliable models to help you start your food truck business? Download our complete guide to buying and operating a catering van, which includes a full list of the best food trucks for different applications.