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New Sheetz location in Hope Mills offers free truck parking and fuel amenities

A new convenience store by Sheetz is set to launch in Hope Mills, North Carolina, bringing much-needed parking amenities to truckers.

The details: Opening its doors on February 15, the store located at 310 Chicken Foot Road, off I-95 at Exit 41, will feature 41 complimentary parking spaces specifically designated for semi trucks.

What's more: In addition to offering overnight parking, the Sheetz store is equipped with seven diesel fuel lanes and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pumps, catering to the convenience and refueling needs of truck drivers on the road.

  • This opening marks the 41st Sheetz location providing diesel fuel lanes, indicating the company's ongoing commitment to servicing truckers.

For your info: Trucker-friendly amenities like free parking and elaborate fueling stations are crucial for long-haul drivers in need of rest and resupply points during their journeys.

The addition of these facilities at the new Sheetz store not only helps truckers find accessible services but also underscores the value of truck drivers in our logistics and transportation ecosystem.

On the horizon: The Sheetz store's launch could pave the way for more travel centers prioritizing amenities that support the trucking community, ensuring drivers have safe and convenient places to rest and refuel.

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