truck stops

Pilot Flying J upgrading bathrooms, showers

Pilot Flying J has announced it is upgrading restrooms in more than 680 locations across North America. The renovated restrooms will feature low water consumption toilets, eco-friendly hand dryers, state-of-the-art LED lighting and Italian tile as accents on vanity walls. Additionally, Pilot Flying J has upgraded the showers at its travel centers over the last three years. The upgrades are part of a $50 million investment Pilot Flying J has made in its travel stops and are ...

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Love’s opens new locations in Indiana and Texas

Love’s Travel Stops is continuing its recent expansion by adding two new locations along major routes last week.

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Petro celebrating 40th anniversary through May 31

Petro Stopping Centers is celebrating its 40th anniversary through the end of May.

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Love’s opens new Kansas location

Love’s Travel Stops has announced the opening of a brand new location in McPherson, Kan., this week.

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Love’s opens first location on I-49

Love’s Travel Stop has announced the opening of a brand new location in Neosho, Mo., this week.

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Love’s opens new Calif. stop

Love’s Travel Stop has announced the opening of a brand new location in Lodi, California.

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Love’s opens new AZ stop

Love’s Travel Stop has opened a new location in Williams, Arizona, located on Interstate 40. The location features 91 truck parking spaces. The 12,000 sq.-ft. facility also offers gourmet coffee, Subway and Carl’s Jr. restaurants, showers and a Love’s Truck Tire Care center. Love’s Fast-Fill compressed natural gas (CNG) will be available later this year.

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Love’s opens new Pennsylvania, Illinois stops

Love’s announced recently it has opened two new truck stops — one in Londonderry Township, Pa., and one in Hamel, Ill.

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Pilot Flying J opens three new stops

Pilot Flying J announced this week it has opened three new Pilot Travel Centers in Texas, Iowa and Florida.

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La. truck stop allowed to keep Tony the Tiger, for now

A Louisiana lawsuit to remove Tony the tiger from his truck stop home has been dismissed, but it could be pursued in the same court before another judge.

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