Trucking by the State – Wisconsin
Wisconsin is known for many different things. If you are a trucker you can see quite a bit of the state that has all four seasons by driving down both of Wisconsin's two major interstates I90 and I94. Both are less congested then the national average and are functional and beautiful. I 90 connects the south east of the state with the south western portion while I94 connects the south east with the north western part of the state. Of the top 250 truck carriers in the nation, 11 are based in Wisconsin making this number more than twice the national average. Additionally, there are more than 7,000 "for hire" truck carriers serving Wisconsin in this industry.
Wisconsin has thirty larger rest areas and many smaller way-sides that offer the driver a break from driving. Most offer handicap accessible restrooms, telephones, drinking water, vending machines, picnic areas, weather information, maps, pet walking areas and several are staffed with people to help you to find your destination or indulge in some local culture. They all have over night parking and even a few have internet access.
If you are traveling over any of the larger roads in Wisconsin you will more than likely run across a larger truck stop. Some are larger chains and others are run locally, both will offer you all of the same amenities as the rest areas, in addition to that will be a hot shower and a hot meal. Some have specialty shops attached as well.
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