Support Chicago Food Trucks
The strict 200-foot rule, GPS tracking and harsh parking penalties have nothing to do with protecting us, the public. The city is placing greater value on the interests of restaurants, and treating food truck entrepreneurs like second-class citizens. This affects our ability to choose where we as consumers want to spend our money. We should have the choice if we want to sit down at a restaurant or grab food from a food truck.
Click here to see a map of where trucks can/cannot park with the 200 foot parking restriction.
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