Truck Stop Giant Plans to Open 40 New Locations Adding 3,000 Truck Parking Spaces in 2022
Oklahoma City, OK — Love’s Travel Stops is planning to have another big year in 2022 by opening more than 40 new locations across the country.
In an announcement on Tuesday, the truck stop giant said the new locations are expected to add more than 3,000 truck parking spaces and 3,000 jobs.
“This year, we will continue to improve the amenities and services our customers have come to love and expect when they stop at our locations, new features will also be added that we think will wow them,” said Shane Wharton, president of Love’s. “Our customers and team members made last year a great one, and we expect the same for this year, as we continue to get customers back on the road quickly and safely.”
The announcement comes after a year in 2021 which saw Love’s open 38 new locations featuring more than 3,000 truck parking spaces along with donating several million dollars to support causes impacting the trucking community, sick and homeless children, veterans and more.
Below are some additional expected highlights the company says to expect in 2022:
• Open more than 20 Love’s Truck Care and Speedco locations, which continues to be the nation’s largest oil change and preventive maintenance network with the most comprehensive roadside coverage for professional drivers and 1,500 maintenance bays and 420 locations across the country.
• Continue to enhance the Love’s Connect mobile app with new features.
• Expand the Love’s-branded product line and introduce new fresh and hot food offerings, including salad, sandwich and breakfast items made fresh daily.
• Add new products to Love’s Mobile to Go Zone, the largest selection of today’s technology on the highway.
• Increase fueling options across the U.S. through Trillium, a leading provider of alternative and renewable fuel supply, design, installation and operations.
Love’s currently operates a travel stop network with more than 580 locations in 41 states featuring over 420 truck service centers, over 1,500 maintenance bays and 1,200 emergency roadside vehicles available for customers.