Evan Shelley

Evan Shelley is the Co-founder and CEO of Truck Parking Club, a company founded with one goal in mind - to help truckers save time and fuel by efficiently finding and reserving truck parking across the US. Evan, and the Truck Parking Club team, has managed to build a company that caters to truckers’ needs, providing them with convenient and reliable truck parking throughout the United States, accomplishing this by monetizing vacant properties for landowners.

Trucker Member Interview

Trucker Member Interview

In today’s episode of our Truck Parking Club Interview series, Evan sits down with Robert and Sharon Porter, a trucking power couple who have been in the trucking industry for 40 years combined! The conversation focuses on their experiences with Truck Parking Club, its benefits, and potential improvements. What’s Today’s Episode About? In the third …

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Trucking Business Ideas: Leverage Trucking Industry Opportunities

The trucking industry is the lifeblood of the global economy, responsible for transporting a staggering amount of goods across vast distances. With the ever-growing demand for e-commerce and the constant movement of raw materials and finished products, the trucking industry shows no signs of slowing down.  This presents a wealth of opportunities for entrepreneurs looking …

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Choosing Between Recaps and 34-Hour Resets: Deciding Your Rest Strategy

If you’ve been driving a truck for any length of time, you’re probably familiar with the concepts of recaps and 34-hour resets. However, we’re often still overrun with questions like, “how long do truck drivers have to rest,” and “how long can truck drivers drive without rest?” In this article, we’ll take a closer look …

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How Summer Heat Affects Your Commercial Concrete Parking Lots

Summer heat is challenging for people, animals, and even concrete parking lots. Prolonged exposure to sunlight and high temperatures can cause concrete and asphalt to crack, which, in turn, creates perfect conditions for water to seep in and worsen the problem even further.  A heated parking lot is simply more vulnerable to deterioration, which usually …

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