Walmarts That Are Truck Accessible

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  1. bryan21384

    bryan21384 Road Train Member

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    I am inspired by a few threads about drivers getting booted, towed, or ticketed at Walmart. Many of us have many years experience. Drivers, help other drivers. Give Walmart locations that are truck friendly.....some will just let you shop, some will let you do a break, specify if you can.
     
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  3. Harry Flashman

    Harry Flashman Light Load Member

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    There are many, too many to list in a thread.

    The trucker path reviews will usually tell you if you can park there.
     
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  4. bryan21384

    bryan21384 Road Train Member

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    You maybe right. Sometimes Trucker Path is inaccurate. I find that it ain't as many truck accessible ones. I find myself over examining different locations just to shop. For instance, Dunn, NC may have a big lot, but they definitely tow. The wrecker told me himself. He was noce about it though. Even told me a safe haven.
     
  5. Mohtrucker

    Mohtrucker Light Load Member

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    Walmart’s in the mid west region are more truck friendly
     
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    I'm not sure there are that many Walmarts that don't let trucks in, I think it's generally okay, as long as you don't camp out for days and leave your trash. Our Walmart always has trucks, but common sense should dictate. Trucks take up 5 parking spots each, so there is a concern during the day. Sam Walton knew the value trucks had in our society, and offered his parking lots as a short stay only, and be gone by the time the stores opened. It was never intended to be a truck stop.
     
  7. snowwy

    snowwy Road Train Member

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    All walmarts let trucks in.

    Cars certainly don't bring in their inventory.

    Getting in is the big question. Where and how.

    I'd think any in open range shouldn't be a problem. It's those in high population with little space that suck. Mostly.

    Think California vs. Wyoming.
     
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  9. Bakerman

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    They are all accessible by big truck, go around the back by the dock door and park.
     
  10. tarmadilo

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    As an alternative, pretty much every Sam’s Club and Costco allow overnight truck parking.
     
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