Food truck lovers, get ready to add another pro to your list.
A recent study called Streets Eats, Safe Eats found food trucks are actually cleaner than restaurants in some cities.
A researcher reviewed more than 260,000 food safety inspections in seven big cities.
In six of the cities, food trucks performed better than restaurants averaging fewer sanitation violations.
In each place, a mobile vendor is held to the same rules as restaurants.
Some of the cities in the study are LA, Boston, Las Vegas and Miami.