February 2, 2021
Truckers Name Best Independent, Chain Truck Stops
Trucker Path has revealed the results of its Best Truck Stops winners among chain and independent facilities. The rankings were based on ratings, reviews, feedback and votes from among more than one million Trucker Path app users.
“We have more than 6,000 chain and independent truck stops listed in the Trucker Path app and we’re constantly adding new locations,” said Steven Lopez, vice president of business development at Trucker Path. “Trucker Path Best Truck Stops recognition lets drivers know they’ve come to the right place.”
The winners are:
Independent truck stops
Noble's Restaurant and Truck Stop, Corinth, Ky.
Big Apple Travel Center, Joplin, Mo.
Russell’s Truck & Travel Center, Glenrio, N.M.
Tennessean Truck Stop, Cornersville, Tenn.
Gee Cee's Truck Stop, Toledo, Wash.
Chain truck stops
Mach 1 #12, Frankfort, Ill.
Love's Travel Stop # 763, Hampshire, Ill.
Sapp Bros Travel Center, Harrisonville, Mo.
Flying J Travel Center #1171, Mesquite, Nev.
Mr. Gas Travel Center, Jerome, Idaho
“We cater mainly to owner operators and make sure we have the lowest diesel price around,” said Sam Patel, owner of Noble's Restaurant and Truck Stop. “We are all about food, fuel and family because we know drivers are away from home, so we do what we can to make them feel welcome.”
According to Lopez, fellow drivers help them find locations that offer some of the best facilities for parking, restaurant options and food quality, amenities like showers, repair services, laundry facilities and Wi-Fi, and customer service.
“We do all we can to accommodate drivers with ease of access, a variety of services and payment options, and by making sure we’re on every available fuel card network,” said Alan Meyer, CEO of Mach 1. “Reviews on Trucker Path are the best way to get the word out about what we offer because the mobile app allows drivers to talk and it has a very dedicated user base. We religiously look at reviews about us on Trucker Path because it tells us what truckers are thinking about our facilities.”
Source: American Trucker