Truck Parking in Tennessee

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Memphis, TN Assure Truck Parking and Drop Yard
Memphis, TN

Memphis, TN Assure Truck Parking and Drop Yard

100 space(s) available

$25.00

per day

$270.00

per month

Nashville- La Vergne TN -  Truck and Trailer Parking

$35.00

per day

$210.00

per week

$350.00

per month

Crossville, TN Truck and Tralier Parking at I-40 Truck Park

$1.50

per hour

$30.00

per day

Pelham, TN Exit 127 Truck Parking
Pelham, TN

Pelham, TN Exit 127 Truck Parking

50 space(s) available

$21.00

per day

$63.00

per week

$156.00

per month

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Highways in Tennessee

Navigating Tennessee's highways can be a smooth ride when you're armed with the right information. The Volunteer State is crisscrossed with a network of interstates, U.S. routes, and state highways that make up its transportation backbone.

  • Interstate 40: This east-west route is one of the longest in the country, slicing right through Tennessee and connecting major cities like Nashville, Knoxville, and Memphis. It's a critical artery for truckers but can get congested during peak hours or in bad weather.
  • Interstate 75: Running north-south on the eastern side of the state, I-75 links Chattanooga with Knoxville and continues into Kentucky. It's a great option if you're hauling loads up to the Midwest or down to Florida.
  • U.S. Route 64: This east-west route spans from Memphis to Chattanooga, providing an alternative to I-40.
  • State Highways: Tennessee's state highway system (like TN 22 or TN 100) supplements these major routes, offering access to smaller towns and rural areas.

Remember to check ELDs for HOS compliance and plan your parking using our marketplace – it helps you avoid 'deadheading' or having to creep at low speeds when spots fill up fast. Whether you're bobtailing or pulling an oversized load, we've got spaces that cater to all needs.

Also note that Tennessee has strict kingpin laws – be sure your trailer doesn't exceed the maximum allowed distance from kingpin to rearmost axle. 

Navigating major metro highways in Tennessee

Navigating the major metro areas in Tennessee can be a breeze if you understand the highway systems. Here's a quick rundown:

  • Nashville: Known as "Music City," Nashville is circled by Interstate 440 and I-40, with I-65 and I-24 crossing through the city. If you're looking to avoid downtown, consider using Briley Parkway (TN 155) for a smoother ride.
  • Memphis: Memphis is served by I-40, I-55, and I-240. The recently completed I-269 bypass provides an alternative route around the city, ideal for truckers hauling oversized loads.
  • Chattanooga: This city rests at the junction of I-24, I-75, and US 27. For a bypass around Chattanooga, consider using TN 153 or the newly constructed section of TN 317.
  • Knoxville: Here, I-40 and I-75 intersect. If you're trying to avoid downtown traffic or construction on these interstates, use TN 162 (Pellissippi Parkway) or TN 168 (John Sevier Highway).

Remember that bobtail parking can be tricky in these cities. Use our marketplace to find trailer-only parking or spots for your entire rig. Plan ahead to maximize your HOS and avoid having to creep at low speeds looking for a spot. Whether you're planning up to four hours ahead or need immediate parking solutions, we've got you covered with hourly, daily, multi-day, and monthly booking options. Our service is user-friendly for both tech-savvy younger truckers and those who prefer less technology. We accommodate all types of trucks and trailers - no bias here! 

Considerations to care for your truck in Tennessee seasons and weather

Driving through Tennessee is a pleasure thanks to its relatively mild conditions. However, depending on your elevation, you might experience more fluctuations than you're expecting. 

  • Spring (March - May): In Tennessee, spring ushers in varying temperatures and more rainfall. Early spring can be chilly, but by May, expect warmer weather. This season is also known for its sudden rain showers and occasional severe storms. April is the peak month for tornadoes, so always stay updated with weather forecasts.
  • Summer (June - August): Summers in Tennessee are characterized by hot and humid conditions. Temperatures can climb to over 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Hydration is key during these months to avoid heat-related issues. Also, be prepared for sudden thunderstorms that can cause heavy rainfall and impact visibility on the roads.
  • Fall (September - November): The fall season brings cooler temperatures and less humidity—perfect conditions for driving. However, foggy mornings and evenings are common during this time of year, so it's important to maintain a safe speed and use your fog lights when needed.
  • Winter (December - February): Winters in Tennessee can vary from mild to harsh. Snowfall is more common in mountainous areas than in other parts of the state. But regardless of location, icy conditions are a possibility statewide—so keep your winter driving essentials ready.

Tennessee's diverse weather patterns require truckers to stay vigilant about changing conditions. Always check the forecast before you hit the road and adjust your plans as necessary for safe travels.

Tried and Trusted Truck Parking Spots in Tennessee

Truck drivers face endless obstacles during their journeys, and one of the most pressing issues they encounter is locating a secure parking area for their heavy-duty vehicles. Thankfully, Truck Parking Club strives to provide truckers with dependable and high-quality parking solutions that perfectly match their specific requirements.

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Why Book Parking Spots Through Truck Parking Club

We offer accessible and reliable parking spaces for truck drivers to rest and park their vehicles and trailers. Signing up for Truck Parking Club is simple and free. You can register for our user-friendly platform by providing some basic information about you and your vehicle. After completing your registration process, you can access daily and monthly parking spots located throughout Tennessee, distributed across numerous locations throughout the state.

Discover an Extensive Range of Available Tennessee Parking Spots

We know that every truck driver has distinct parking necessities based on their work demands. Thus, we offer an extensive range of parking spaces at various locations throughout Tennessee for you to choose from. We offer parking spaces tailored to your unique requirements, whether you need additional amenities or a location tucked away safely.

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