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Old 03-21-2011, 06:00 PM   #1
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Truck Stops

Does anyone know the locations of truck stops in anywhere in the USA? I would love to have list of locations so I don't have to try to manuever my big rig in those dinky gas stations. I need more room to turn into the pump to fill up.
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One way that I found works well is to buy a Garmin Nuvi 465T. It is made for truckers and has all the truck stops in the data base as well as service locations, truck wash locations and more!
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Try this. They have all the Truck Stops listed as well as campgrounds etc.

www.allstays.com
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:32 PM   #4
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I go online to their websites for the locations. Flying J, Pilot, TA, ect... They also list their gas prices, propane, whether they allow overnighting ect... I map out my route then check for the locations about where my fuel stops will be.
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Try "The Next Exit." It lists a lot more than just truck stops, like locations of Walmarts and other shopping, but most of the truck stops are there. It even tells you details about the stops.

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And another one: findfuelstops.com
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Another great one is Truck Master Fuel Finder They display prices up to date as well as mileage, etc. Very great site!!!!
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I have a phone app for truck stops (TA's) seems to be accurate
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Check out a book called "The RVer's Friend". Lists all truck stops by Interstate exit number.
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I buy a truck stop directory from the flying j. Very good. Small enough to fit in your shirt pocket and easy to use.
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Check out a book called "The RVer's Friend". Lists all truck stops by Interstate exit number.
+1 on "The RVer's Friend".
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Another great one is Truck Master Fuel Finder They display prices up to date as well as mileage, etc. Very great site!!!!
We use this one.
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Thanks for the tip. Right now I have Garmin 255. I will have to upgrade.
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