A couple of things we know for sure about Texas. Everything there is bigger and people love their Buc-ee’s. For Texans, these convenience stores represent an oasis out there on the open road. They offer gas pumps, plenty of parking, tidy restrooms, and lots of food.
Texans regard Buc-ee’s
Truth is most people can’t pass up these highway superstores with endless fuel pumps, expansive parking, and copious restroom space. And believe me, it attracts the full gamut of people. However, it’s pretty clear there’s one group this beloved store is not trying to target – truckers.
Almost every single one of its 34 locations
Customers love this
Funny enough many of the responses to her post zeroed in on the fact that she referred to Buc-ee’s
Buc-ee’s Doesn’t Like Truckers?
At any rate, the reason Buc-ee’s forbid trucks is because they are striving to provide the best experience possible. A Buc-ee’s spokesperson emphasized that they offer the world’s cleanest bathrooms, great food and plenty of parking. Put more directly, the spokesperson said that Buc-ee’s is optimized to satisfy passenger vehicles.
This is all well and good, but to
Sure, this is something to their reputation as being disrespectful to codes of cleanliness at roadside establishments, however, most truckers bristle at this notion.
So what do you guys think? Should semis be allowed at Buc-ee’s?