LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR VENDORS AT FOOD TRUCK FESTIVALS
Food truck festivals are lucrative opportunities for food vendors, but injuries or equipment losses could put an end to the festivities by draining away your financial resources.
Do you have extra cash on hand to pay legal or medical expenses if somebody were to claim they were injured by your equipment or your food? Could you replace your equipment if it were stolen?
You need comprehensive general liability insurance to cover your food business during food truck festivals or other events. Learn more.
Most food truck festival and other event organizers require food trucks and food vendors to carry them as additional insureds, just in case unforeseen events happen. FLIP allows free unlimited additional insureds for food trucks participating in expositions, farmers markets, festivals, and other events.
Get FLIP’s A+ rated insurance with our easy online application. You’ll receive instant coverage the moment your payment processes. Purchase a policy today and download your proof of insurance right away.
- $2M General Liability Limit ($1M Per Occurrence)
- Product Liability
- No Extra Cost to Add Additional Insureds.
- Purchase Your Policy Online
- Download Proof of Insurance at Checkout
- Access & Manage Your Policy Online 24/7
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WHAT DOES FLIP OFFER ME?
- 12 Month Coverage
- General Liability
- Products & Completed Operations Coverage
- Damage to Premises Rented
- Business Personal Property Coverage
- Free Additional Insureds
Types of Food Trucks Covered
- Catering Trucks
- Ice Cream Trucks
- Sushi Trucks
- Lunch Trucks
- Taco Trucks
- Waffle Trucks
- and More!
HOW MUCH IS FOOD TRUCK INSURANCE?
There are only a couple of factors that affect the cost of your food truck policy. The first is annual gross sales. If the sales for your mobile food truck business are less than $50,000 per year, the insurance will cost $299 per year. If, however, your annual gross sales are between $50,001-$100,000, then your policy will cost $399 per year. You also need to factor in how much your business personal property is worth – this means items such as equipment, supplies, and inventory. If your business property is worth more than $10,000 then it is an additional $179 per year.