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Trucker Path names top 20 most available U.S. parking locations

May 12, 2022
The findings are based on real-time input from drivers who use Trucker Path's mobile app.

Trucker Path, the mobile app for North American commercial truck drivers, put out its top 20 truck parking locations with the most parking availability, with TravelCenters of America's Huntington No. 276 travel stop in Huntington, Oregon, taking the top spot with 81.7% parking availability.

The findings were based on real-time input from drivers using the Trucker Path app, which is relied upon by more than 1 million professional truckers for mapping, navigation, parking availability, and weigh-station status, according to Trucker Path.

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“Truck drivers using the Trucker Path app are asked to share information about how many parking spaces are available at truck parking locations and other points of interest,” said Chris Oliver, who is chief marketing officer at Trucker Path. “We simply ask them if there are many, some, or no available parking spots available, and they are happy to share because they know how much this information helps other drivers avoid stops that don’t have available parking, saving them time and making their trips more productive. It speaks volumes about our Trucker Path community and how they use our app to help out their fellow drivers.”

Driver input helps other drivers learn about the 300,000-plus points of interest in the Trucker Path app, including amenities, fuel prices, open/closed status, wait times, and more.

Phoenix-based Trucker Path also offers TruckLoads, a digital freight exchange that connects drivers, carriers, and brokers; Command, an operations and driver relationship platform that provides small to midsize fleets with driver and TMS technologies to successfully run their fleets; and Dispatch, a personal dispatch service designed to serve the back-office needs of owner-operators and smaller carriers.

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Scott Achelpohl | Managing Editor

I'm back to the trucking and transportation track of my career after some time away freelancing and working to cover the branches of the U.S. military, specifically the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and the U.S. Coast Guard. I'm a graduate of the University of Kansas and the William Allen White School of Journalism there with several years of experience inside and outside business-to-business journalism. I'm a wordsmith by nature, and I edit FleetOwner magazine and our website as well as report and write all kinds of news that affects trucking and transportation.

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