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iccomms iccomms is offline
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Burger vans

Does anyone know anything about burger vans and what the rules are about setting them up other than food hygiene and so on is there any special insurances needed?

I am looking if its a possible option to rent one for a short term either that or something like sandwiches delivered/from a van as I have spotted a gold mine for a short term money making venture.

I have someone who would run it but I just don't really want to invest 12000+ in a decent burger van if you can lease them.
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I think local councils issue licences and then do regular health and hygiene checks. Not sure about insurance, trying searching on google.
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There are very good money to be made in this business, especially if you do shows, concerts etc, because the margins are huge, but not sure I could handle the daily grease!
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Burger Vans

I think no need Insurance. But Burger vans are required to hold a licence issued under the The Licensing Act 2003.
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I'd have thought you would need some type of specialist car insurance if its going to be used for business and obviously won't be a regular van/truck so its probably best to ring around specialist insurance companies
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you also need public liability insurance incase you burn someone with food or drink to hot, or if oil spits off your grill into a customers face, if someone also trips over wires,gas bottles coming from your van or anything associated to oyur van they can sue, so this cover is a must.
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iccoms,

Take a look on ebay. I was looking to lease a van a while ago and it ended up working out cheaper buying one off ebay. I didn't use it in the end, but gave it a clean up and sold it a few weeks later for 1k in profit...not bad for a few hours work!
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This website should be useful - www.ncass.org.uk
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Cheers for the advice guys

I have been looking around ebay and have found a few potential suppliers probably a better time to buy and wait for summer months to sell on again :-D
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