I make sure it’s good and clean. If it’s not clean, I don’t go in.
I like it to be clean and have nice people. It needs to have a good restaurant too. My favorite is the Petro in Shreveport, La.
Courtesy and good service are important. Some of the people are nasty to you.
Baton Rouge, La.
Trucker-friendly. These travel centers are starting to forget that it’s the trucker that supports them. They need to give it back to the truckers.
I like cleanliness. I have to go in and sit down and eat, and I like friendly people and courtesy.
A good lounge with good movies. Entertainment and clean washrooms are the two most important things to a trucker.
New Castle, Ind.
Usually it’s the food. A lot of truckstops have lousy food. Also look for the services offered; right now I’m getting a tire fixed, so that’s important.
I like it to be clean and the people courteous. I like it to have good food too; I don’t want to eat old warmed, overcooked food.
Depends on why I’m stopping. Sometimes the most important thing is fuel, sometimes food or restroom.
Hub City Environment
Cleanliness is everything. A lot of them are getting better because there are a lot of new truckstops and they are clean, but they don’t stay that way very long.
The main thing I look for is clean washrooms, good hospitality and good coffee – they have to have good coffee. I also look for a place with privacy where I can sleep without interruptions.
Barnes & Barry
Service. I want the people that run it to be nice and friendly.
Pensacola Auto Transport
Cleanliness is the biggest thing. I hate to go to a place and take a shower and there is hair in the shower.