I've heard that average food truck prices are more expensive in Boston compared to other, more "food truck centric" towns like San Francisco or Portland. Can anyone confirm this and does anyone know why this might be?
And for anyone with food truck experience in other cities, what makes other cities more suited for food trucks than Boston?
Thanks for any and all help. This is actually for a school project.
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