Hungry Truck Cafe


Yesteryears’ truck stops served professionals As a driver who started in 1964 and is still going strong in my 1996 Freightliner cabover, I remember well the Hungry Truck Café in Livermore, Calif., described in the December story “Home on the Road.” I had my share of 15-inch pancakes there. The 76 Union Truck Stops in the late 1960s and early ’70s were also great places. In those early years before they started self-serve protocol, when you rolled ...

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Home on the Road

From back-road mom-and-pops to today’s Interstate franchises, truck stops have played a colorful, key role in the trucking lifestyle.

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