Your Favorite Truck Stop

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Mik D.'s Comment
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Truck World Hubbard Ohio, right across from border Ohio plenty of spaces, and pilots and loves down the street...

Don's Comment
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Home, is my favorite stop.

Tractor Man's Comment
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The Boise Stage Stop was pretty cool. I was there a little over 2 years ago. Was hoping to stop again on the load I have right now. Unfortunately, with weather delays and delivering late, I just wont have the time.

Junkyard Dog's Comment
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Whatever you do, avoid the pilot in nitro, wv. You'll be glad you did

There are several Pilots to avoid but I agree this is a bad one. I had a delivery in Hurricane West Virginia the first time I went into the mountains. I was there in the afternoon and I literally was afraid to park so I went to the rest area down the road... now granted that I was really new driver then but I still remember that place. That whole trip was a disaster my GPS took me the wrong way and I had to drive 40 miles out of my way just to get turned around I kept wanting to send me up skinny little roads and I was smart enough to refuse that. My trainer had told me horror stories about new drivers doing that. Was never so glad to get out of a state my life.

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