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Food Truck Liability Insurance
One of the fastest growing and most popular areas within the food industry currently is mobile food trucks. With their gain in acceptance, the Food Liability Insurance Program has created a custom policy that is not only specific to the mobile food industry, but is also affordable!
SHOULD I CHOOSE FLIP OVER THE OTHER FOOD TRUCK INSURANCE PROVIDERS?
There are several reasons why thousands of mobile food vendors have chosen FLIP. One of the main reasons why we are so highly respected is because of our expertise in the insurance industry. FLIP was created by Veracity Insurance Solutions who has over 30 years in the general liability insurance industry.
In addition to our experience, we also offer the most comprehensive insurance product for food trucks while keeping our prices low. Since we do not have to write every policy on an individual basis, we are able to be more cost effective, which translates to lower prices for you.
Lastly, we are dedicated to offering world class service. We make it as easy as possible for you to contact us. With helpful and friendly staff, you will never feel neglected again!
WHAT DOES FLIP OFFER ME?
- 12 Month Coverage
- General Liability
- Products & Completed Operations Coverage
- Damage to Premises Rented
- Business Personal Property Coverage
- Identity Recovery
- 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.