Mobile Catering Trailer or Static - What's The Difference

by ALAN
(BRISTOL)

I’m a little confused about the difference between a mobile trailer and a static one.

I intend to move my trailer every day after trading and then bring it back again in the morning, is this classed as a mobile trailer as on my application I need to know what to put down to the council...please help ASAP. Many Thanks

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Static or Mobile Catering Trailer
by: David

Hi Alan,
The main difference between the both is that a static trailer such as a kiosk or portacabin is normally situated in one place on a permanent basis.

A mobile catering trailer such as the one you own is more easily mobile and can be towed back and forth as needed. Saying this most mobile catering trailers can also be located on a pitch on a permanent basis if need be.

Anyway as not to confuse the matter in your particular application you would class you trailer as a mobile catering trailer and not a static trailer.

Hope this helps.
Regards
David

p.s Get my free guide on Starting a Mobile Catering Business


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