The websites FoodTruckRental.com and RoamingHunger.com lease and rent food trucks in most major U.S. cities. Both websites allow users to lease food trucks equipped to prepare and serve a particular cuisine.
FoodTruckRental.com exclusively uses a peer-to-peer marketing strategy to provide food trucks to customers, as described on its website. This means that private owners of food trucks post their vehicles to the website where customers can browse and select a food truck that meets their needs. Postings include pictures of the truck's interior and exterior; a listing of the kitchen equipment that is installed in the truck; the truck's location and how far the owner is willing to let it travel; and the owners contact information. FoodTruckRental.com provides lease checklists and sample lease agreements to users for a $99 fee as of 2015.
RoamingHunger.com describes itself as a company of foodies and asks customers to provide it with the core concept of their food truck business to find a food truck that fits the customers' specifications. Customers answer questions about the type of food truck business they want to run, the kinds of kitchen equipment they need, their proposed business launch date and their business's operating budget. RoamingHunger.com offers flexible rental and lease arrangements, ranging from several hours to several years, according to its website.