Author & Co-founder
Highway and Byway Travelers
Trucks on Triangles was created to provide as much information to those who travel the highways and byways throughout the United States. As travelers ourselves, we have encountered many unique situations and surreal areas that should be shared with others.
Robert Alley, the founder of Trucks on Triangles, and myself Rodney Parks, have both racked up the mileage here in the U.S.. Many years of those travels were on motorcycles, it is amazing what you find when you are more exposed to the open terrain.
One thing our adventures exposed is how dangerous some roads really are. Robert has taken his RV all around the U.S. and seen many grades that weren’t marked or underpasses that didn’t have measurements listed.
Our goal is to provide as much information to make others trekking across the U.S. much safer and easier. We encourage others to sign up and become a member to share your experiences as well. The more people we can get to share, the safer other’s journeys can be.
Even if you’re not a member, you should join our newsletter to keep up to date with transportation law changes or even new roads or highways that close or open up. We’ll even be sharing great and interesting stories of our travels and other members as well. Keep watch for our Houston bound trip where we rode our bikes through a hurricane and encountered the
funniest sign at a McDonald’s on the brink of the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge in Louisiana.
As always, have questions, have suggestions or just want to share a story, please contact us.