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Old 03-14-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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Does Travel Center of Americas do oil changes?

I see on their website the prices for trucks.

I know Speedco does them...

They also say they provide RV parking for a short break of longer. Anyone stay there overnight?

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Old 03-14-2013, 04:57 PM   #2
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Does Travel Center of Americas do oil changes?

I haven't found one that will change the oil on a coach. Stick with Speedco.
I haven't done it very often, but, I have never had a problem staying overnight at a TA. I just find a spot that is to small for a semi truck or out of the way, and pull in.

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We had our oil and transmission fluid changed at W. W. Williams in Michigan. Not bad on price and nice people. They are in several other places around the country too.
As for parking at places like Pilot/Flying J, Love's or Travel Center of America's some say to never ever park there and then there are others like us that have spent the nights in truck stops, state welcome centers, rest areas and shopping centers when needed.
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