Kansas City Sucks For Truck Stops

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Chief Brody's Comment
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I have a delivery for Monday but I'm already here in Kansas City at the miserable pilot number 524. I will finish my 34 sometime the middle of the day Sunday and was thinking about relocating to a better truck stop. But after searching maps and Trucker Path there are no decent truck stops in the K C area.

Dan F.'s Comment
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I hate that place and will never go there( that pilot ) . What I do is after I arrived at the shipper or receiver, I can usually head to Oak Grove if I can’t park on the property.

Shipper:

The customer who is shipping the freight. This is where the driver will pick up a load and then deliver it to the receiver or consignee.

Deleted Account's Comment
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If I'm stopping anywhere for a quick break down there I usually swing by the QT just north of KC, or the Pilot in Kearney both off 35. Then again I'm only stopping for 30 minutes and not taking an extended amount of time off. Atleast the pilot in Kearney has quite a few businesses nearby. I'll be headed down to Olathe and picking up Tyson. As long as I'm not delayed at our warehouse or Tyson I'd love to swing over to that Pilot you're at and meet up if the timing works for you. Rough estimate at this time would be likely between 0800-0900 Sunday morning.

Chief Brody's Comment
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If I'm stopping anywhere for a quick break down there I usually swing by the QT just north of KC, or the Pilot in Kearney both off 35. Then again I'm only stopping for 30 minutes and not taking an extended amount of time off. Atleast the pilot in Kearney has quite a few businesses nearby. I'll be headed down to Olathe and picking up Tyson. As long as I'm not delayed at our warehouse or Tyson I'd love to swing over to that Pilot you're at and meet up if the timing works for you. Rough estimate at this time would be likely between 0800-0900 Sunday morning.

I'll be here. I'm the only Prime flatbed in the lot for now.

Deleted Account's Comment
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Rob D I gotta scale out here at Tyson then I'll be headed up that way. ETA about 0800. Black volvo daycab 21379 pulling a bright red HYVEE trailer

Chief Brody's Comment
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I'll be here I'm just behind the fuel Islands

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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I usually go to Oak Grove Petro... There is also a walmart across the street. Harrisonville has a newish Sapp Bros.

I hate pilots and loves that are way too tight. Yuck

SAP:

Substance Abuse Professional

The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.

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