Check laws in your area, and only buy what you need. Because different food carts or kiosks are equipped so differently, depending on how they were previously used, you may find that your potential purchase is outfitted with equipment you don’t need. Check local laws regarding the equipment needed for operating a food cart in your area; for example, many states require a food cart to have the same 3-bay and hand wash sinks as you’d find on a larger concession trailer or food truck. Some don’t. You’ll want to know what is needed in your state, before you begin.
Evaluate systems for water and propane. No matter how the food cart you buy is equipped, you’ll probably need at least two things: Water and propane.
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