Trucker Path, a mobile app for truckers, has released its findings on where and when parking is less than optimal.  - Photo: Trucker Path

Trucker Path, a mobile app for truckers, has released its findings on where and when parking is less than optimal. 

Photo: Trucker Path

Trucker Path, a mobile app for truckers, has released its findings on where and when parking is less than optimal.

Fast Facts:

  • Overall, the data shows US truck parking tends to be more crowded on the East coast than the West coast, and it also suggests it gets fuller at night (7-10pm) than at noon (11am-2pm).
  • The top 5 states with the least truck parking (from high to low) at noon are Massachusetts, New Jersey, Washington, North Carolina, and Maryland.
  • The top 5 states with the least truck parking (from high to low) at night are West Virginia, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Kentucky, and Arkansas.
  • Massachusetts has the least truck parking at noon, and West Virginia has the fullest truck parking status at night.
  • The top 5 states with the most available truck parking (from high to low) at noon are North Dakota, Montana South, Dakota Michigan, and Nevada
  • The top 5 states with the most available truck parking (from high to low) at night are South Dakota, Michigan, Vermont, Nevada, and Florida
  • North Dakota has the most available truck parking at noon, and South Dakota has the most abundant truck parking status night.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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