Originally Posted by BPoland
I'm just trying to avoid getting in to a situation where I have to unhitch the toad to get out.
We've always used the Flying J's. Of all the ones be have been too I can only remember a couple that might be a little tight in the RV lanes. Just download there site to your computer and also Google Earth. Once you get the address of the J's you intend to visit plug that into the Google Earth site and pan down to take a look at how there set up. It gives you a good heads up to the arrangement of there pumps and parking facilities for RV's. You don't park back with the trucks most have parking up front for RV's. Besides if you get tired you can also spend the night at no charge. In our case we just like the convenience they have. Store, showers, restaurant, etc. We don't mind paying the few extra pennies that the fuel might cost if any at all. Good Luck and Be Safe.