MERIDIAN, Idaho —Roady's Truck Stops and TruckPark have partnered to offer Roady's Independent Truck Stop members truck parking using TruckPark's on-demand app, saving drivers fuel by providing readily available parking.
"This agreement is aimed to significantly address the national shortage of parking for long-haul truckers," said Anthony Petitte, CEO of TruckPark. "Our goal from the beginning has been to offer safe, secure and easily accessible parking solutions to truck drivers. Partnering with Roady's will enable us to help make truck drivers' lives easier and less stressful."
Roady's Truck Stops is a group of independently owned truck stops in the United States with locations across 38 states.
"Each year more than 10 million truckers and travelers visit a Roady's facility and purchase over a billion gallons of fuel across more than 300 retail locations," said Scott Rhinehart, COO of Roady's Truck Stops. "With that large platform, Roady's and our independent truck stops can make a sizable difference in the persistent problem truckers face—finding secure parking when and where they need it."
Independent drivers as well as fleets have access to the TruckPark platform. With its proprietary Enterprise Booking System (EBS), branded TruckPark Reserve, TruckPark provides dispatchers with direct access to safe and secure parking and the ability to book multiple reservations.
TruckPark, Chicago, is a values-based company driven by the mission "to empower truck drivers while providing a safe and unmatched experience."
Roady's Truck Stops, based in Meridian, Idaho, serves commercial drivers and travelers across 38 states with its network of independent truck stops, c-stores and service centers.