A day at a truck stop

Aug. 7, 2014
Trucks stops are a ubiquitious and vital part of life in the trucking industry -- providing fuel, food, maintenance, and a host of other services to big rigs and four-wheelers alike. Back in May, Fleet Owner got a in-depth tour of the Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores location in Salisbury, NC, to see all the work that goes on behind the scenes at a typical truck stop to help keep tractor-trailers and motoring public rolling on down the highway.

Truck stops are a ubiquitious and vital part of life in the trucking industry -- providing fuel, food, maintenance, and a host of other services to big rigs and four-wheelers alike. Back in May, FleetOwner got a in-depth tour of the Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores location in Salisbury, NC. There we could see all the work that goes on behind the scenes at a typical truck stop to help keep tractor-trailers and the motoring public rolling on down the highway.

About the Author

Sean Kilcarr | Editor in Chief

Sean previously reported and commented on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry. Also be sure to visit Sean's blog Trucks at Work where he offers analysis on a variety of different topics inside the trucking industry.

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