If you have a lifestyle change that requires you to put your food truck in storage you may want to let your current insurance coverage run its course and insure your stored vehicle as personal property only.
If you plan to keep the registration active and valid, you may want to put a low-cost comprehensive coverage option in place with a higher deductible just in case something happens where you mobile food business is being stored.
If the time you plan to have your food truck in storage matches or nearly matches the current term of your insurance coverage, you may not need to worry about any supplemental insurance for it.
If the time you need to store you food truck exceeds the term of your current coverage, you may want to look into a short-term extension of your current policy or consider a completely separate short-term insurance policy with coverage options and limits in place more suitable for you.
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