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Frequently Asked Questions About Truck Stops and Plazas
When truckers need a break, they pull over at a truck stop or plaza. These are great for quick bites to eat, or for overnight stays. Typically found right off an interstate highway, they offer a bit of refuge from the open road, a chance to unwind and recharge. Also called rest areas, these stops and plazas usually feature fast food restaurants and takeout joints, as well as restrooms and visitor centers in some cases. Both motorists and truckers can utilize these rest areas. Check out these frequently asked questions about truck stops and plazas.

Is there free Wi-Fi access available inside?
Many truck stops these days have free wi-fi. You can park outside and access it, or you can go in and order a cup of coffee or meal. You may have to inquire within about an access code before you can starting using the wi-fi.

Can I park my RV there overnight?
This law varies by state, but most do not allow this. Only truckers such as big rigs can stay overnight at designated truck rest stops. Some states do allow RV hookups at these rest stops but you will have to inquire with your state department of transportation.

What are the available hours for use of amenities?
Again, this will vary by rest stop, but many state rest stops are open 24 hours a day offering fuel stations for motorists and fast food. Some also feature convenience stores that may or may not be open all night. This information is readily available on your state’s official website.

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North Lewiston Dyna Mart Write review for this local business
1920 Highway 128, Lewiston, ID 83501
(208) 743-5931  
Flying J Travel Plaza Write review for this local business
63276 Highway 203, La Grande, OR 97850
(541) 963-9762  
Gem Stop Write review for this local business
2706 Island Ave, La Grande, OR 97850
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Exxon Write review for this local business
1508 W 1st Ave, Ritzville, WA 99169
(509) 659-0815  
Gtx Truck Stop Write review for this local business
18723 E Cataldo Ave, Greenacres, WA 99016
(509) 926-4711  
Gtx Truck Stop Write review for this local business
18724 E Cataldo Ave, Greenacres, WA 99016
(509) 926-4711  
Junction Quick Stop Write review for this local business
11550 S Highway 3, Cataldo, ID 83810
(208) 682-2405  
Broadway/Flying J Travel Plaza Write review for this local business
3709 S Geiger Blvd, Spokane, WA 99224
(509) 456-8843  
Betts Save/Way Fuel Stop Write review for this local business
3330 E Riverside Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 535-4205  
Petro Shopping Center Write review for this local business
10506 W Aero Rd, Spokane, WA 99224
(509) 624-1176  
Tesoro West Coast Company Write review for this local business
2301 E Sherman Ave, Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
(208) 667-0538  
Alsaker Corp Broadway Truck Stop Write review for this local business
6606 E Broadway Ave, Spokane, WA 99212
(509) 535-7589  
Broadway/Flying J Travel Plaza Write review for this local business
6606 E Broadway Ave, Spokane, WA 99212
(509) 535-3028  

Truck stops and plazas provide many services for weary travelers and truckers on their way to vacations or work. At a truck stop or plaza, travelers may find kiosks with travel information, such as brochures and maps. That kiosk may or may not be manned by a guide who can give further information on the area.

Plazas usually also provide restrooms to accommodate many people, from single stalls to family rooms. There are also diesel fuel and gas stations, and there may even be HAZMAT and weigh stations for large vehicles onsite. Visitor centers provide additional information to travelers looking to find out the best places to visit while on vacation. Visitor center guides and providers should be personable and knowledgeable about the area, able to give out personal recommendations as to the best attractions nearby.

The independent truck stop industry is booming, and may always be, as there will always be 18-wheelers, trailers, heavy duty haulers, and big rigs on interstate highways. Truckers can park their rigs in the parking lot and sleep the night. They can also take advantage of the café or diner, fueling up with a big breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Facility operators and providers may remain open specifically for truckers in the wee hours of the night and morning. Convenient stores and shops may be present on site, which come in handy for travelers who need to grab a snack or coffee.

In some of the larger transportation plaza hubs, travelers may even see an Internet café on the premises, which poses an advantage to business travelers who need to connect to Wi-Fi. Overall, travelers should expect to find clean facilities, have access to food and restrooms, pick up convenient items at the store, and fuel up at the gas station.




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