New Mexico to Allow Food Trucks at Safety Rest Areas

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The Federal Highway Administration has authorized the New Mexico Department of Transportation to allow food trucks at interstate rest areas to support commercial truck drivers during the COVID19 national public health emergency.

In a news release, Transportation Secretary Mike Sandoval said commercial truck drivers and travelers can benefit from stopping in rest areas rather than in small towns or communities which may have limited takeout or delivery.

All vendors must agree to stay six feet away from other individuals, practice frequent hand-washing and ensure all preparation surfaces are disinfected.

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