NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – This weekend, people from all over the Lowcountry enjoyed some farm to food truck eats.
Each year, thousands of people purchase food items from food trucks.
This weekend, News 2 spoke with some operators and owners of the trucks.
They told us that there are some rules that come with operating a restaurant on wheels.
According to owners, knowing where to park in Charleston can be an issue.
They also say that getting a DEHEC license can also be challenging.
But locals and vendors alike believe, there’s one thing that makes a food truck special and worth those every day challenges.
“The uniqueness that you get with a food truck with a restaurant your kind of tied in. Its difficult to have a lot of variety with a food truck the skies and limit,” Says Clay Stuckey, a local food truck owner.