TravelCenters of America opens in Laredo

July 18, 2007
TravelCenters of America (TA) has announced the grand opening of its 234th travel center, located off Interstate 35 in Laredo, TX. The center is accessed by northbound drivers on I-35 at Exit 11, Beltway Parkway, and by southbound drivers on I-35 at Exit 13, Beltway Parkway

TravelCenters of America (TA) has announced the grand opening of its 234th travel center, located off Interstate 35 in Laredo, TX. The center is accessed by northbound drivers on I-35 at Exit 11, Beltway Parkway, and by southbound drivers on I-35 at Exit 13, Beltway Parkway.

According to TA, commercial drivers will find that TA Laredo caters to their truck repair and maintenance needs with a five bay truck service center that is open 24 hours, seven days a week. Other conveniences at the site include eight diesel lanes with Pronto Pass, a 350-space truck parking area and Cat scales.

Professional drivers can relax in a lounge area with WiFi access, a game room, TripPak Scanning, a laundry room, and 11 showers. They can also choose between a sit-down, Southwestern-style restaurant or three quick-service chain restaurants. In addition, a 3,200-sq-ft store offers a wide selection of food and beverage items.

"Our goal is to provide a state of the-art facility for our customers," said Chuck Garza, gm of TA Laredo. "We look forward to the opportunity to serve professional drivers, interstate drivers and the community of Laredo with the best amenities and services available."

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