CafePress’ Leslie Nuccio went down to LA recently to interview the masterminds behind SaveOurTacoTrucks.org. She and her team made a quick little video that is posted to the CafePress blog.
She asks the question: So, the question remains: are taco trucks unfair competition to a restaurant? And is that really the issue here?
Again, the LA County law violates California Vehicle Code, plain and simple. The law regulates “public safety,” not competition.
For those who need a reminder: CVC 22455 subsection b states: “A local authority may, by ordinance or resolution, adopt additional requirements for the public safety regulating any type of vending from vehicles upon any street.”