With Hurricane Dorian making landfall in the U.S. on Friday, many Love’s and Pilot Flying J truck stop locations could be impacted.
PILOT FLYING J
As of 9 a.m. on September 6, here is the latest update on stores that could be impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
-Store #60 Bowman, SC – OPEN
-Store #64 Summerville, SC – OPEN
-Store #71 Port Wentworth, GA – OPEN
-Store #72 Savannah, GA – OPEN
-Store #1068 Summerville, SC – OPEN
-Store #1082 Charleston, SC – CLOSED
-Store #4569 Hardeeville, SC – OPEN
-Store # 1149 Jacksonville, FL- OPEN
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LOVE’S TRAVEL STOPS
Here’s the latest from Love’s as of their latest update on September 5 — and the good news is that all locations are currently open.
Here’s the information released in the 9 a.m. update:
– Speedco 906 in Brunswick, Georgia, is open.
– Love’s Truck Tire Care at Love’s 338 in Richmond Hill, Georgia, is open. Road calls are available.
– The McDonald’s at Love’s 338 in Richmond Hill, Georgia, is open.
– Road calls are now available from Love’s 603 in Jacksonville, Florida, and Love’s 467 in Fort Pierce, Florida.
Love’s has listed the locations below as “at risk” for being impacted by severe weather.
- Love’s 371 in Dillon, South Carolina
- Speedco 930 in Kenly, North Carolina
- Love’s 412 in Dunn, North Carolina
- Love’s 705 in Talleysville, Virginia
Love’s issued a statement via their website on the impact of Hurricane Dorian:
Love’s is monitoring the latest developments as Hurricane Dorian nears landfall on the coasts of Florida and Georgia. We are taking precautions and increasing fuel and food deliveries today to stay stocked as people are evacuating. Our store and support teams are prepared to serve Customers as long as possible. We will provide regular updates on Love’s social media channels and https://loves.com/severe-weather as changes occur.
Travel Centers of America’s webpage for Hurricane Dorian related store closures lists only that “TA Savannah (#177) at I-95 & U.S. 17 South, Exit 87 Popeyes is closed until Friday morning.”