Food truck wrap designs

car wrap designs

We provide…

Professional eye-catching designs for all types of vehicles, such as food trucks, company trucks, vans, delivery vehicles, boats, aircrafts, etc. Get a design that attracts people to it. We can make it happen quick.

Food trucks:
We provide you the final artwork in required file format prepared in 51” wide sheets, CMYK model, ready to print and install.

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Dezion Trucks

#GOODTOKNOW:
As a food truck owner you may be aware of the laws of your city about the commissary.
In some cities food trucks must park at a commissary so your truck will be kept off the roads and in a safe area.

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satisfied food truck owners

satisfied food truck owners

food truck vs restaurant

Which one should I choose?

FOOD TRUCK

  • mobile
  • lower start-up cost
  • small kitchen
  • less equipment to maintain
  • smaller variety of foods
  • faster service
  • easier to show up on an event
  • lower running costs
RENTABLE

RESTAURANT

  • fix location
  • more expensive to start
  • large kitchen
  • much more equipment needed
  • more type of foods
  • slower services
  • harder to show up on a food event
  • higher running costs

10 tips for running a successful food truck

  1.  analyse the market
  2.  choose the right food truck type
  3.  create a business plan
  4.  create a marketing strategy
  5.  set a solid budget
  6.  build your brand with a designer (logo, food truck design, flyer design, etc.)
  7.  look for a good food truck builder company
  8.  select locations wisely
  9.  keep an eye on your reviews
  10.  use social media marketing
quick tips

‘I think every chef should have a food truck. It’s a good way to test the markets, to invest in meeting the future restaurant goers.’

~ Jose Andres

about the money...

what does it cost to start a food truck?

  1. Writing your business plan
    If you do it yourself the main cost is your time, but if you want an expert to write it you’ll have to pay for the service.
  2. If you want to buy the truck/trailer – it can range from $50,000 to $200,000
    Food truck prices across the US have a wide range. Food trailers and carts are less expensive since you don’t buy an automobile (trailers are from $10,000 to $40,000)
  3. If you want to build the truck/trailer – they start from $60,000
    You can find a company that can build you your own food truck.
  4. Food truck wrap design + wrapping – from $3,000 to $6,000
    The price depends on the designer you hire, the quality of the installers and also on the size and structure of your vehicle.
  5. Commissary – starting from $500 to $1,500 per truck per month
    You have to pay a rental fee for the space in commissary parking lots. The price depends on the city laws.
  6. Health Permit – starting from $800 to $5,000
    It also depends on where you are legally allowed to cater (location, hours, customers, etc.).
  7. Kitchen Equipment
    Equipment prices depend on the type of food you want to serve.
    E.g. For fries and fried meats you will need to buy friers.
  8. Staff – ranging from $12 / hour
    Differs on regions.
  9. Route plan and gas
  10. Marketing & Social Media – from $50 to $50,000
    Social Media marketing is important if you want to be known and reach your potential Customers. The price depends on the team you hire to do your marketing and the type of website you want to have.
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how does it cost to start a food truck?

food truck types

Ford Stepvan

(popular for food trucks)

18 ft. long

School bus

45 ft. long

Tuk Tuk

10 ft. long

Container

20 or 40 ft. long

Citroen H Van

13.7 ft. long

Caravan

12.6 ft. long

Airstream

27 ft. long

Horse box

11 ft. long

Piaggio Ape

8.1 ft. long

Plane body

63.8 ft. long

Food trailer

Pushcart

the process

process: designing

designing

process: printing

printing

process: wrapping

wrapping

process: done

done