For Tiffany Adams, being a truck driver runs in the family. “My dad was a truck driver, so it’s in the family blood”. Though she tried a few things prior to getting into the trucking business officially, since age 21, “trucking was the only way to go” for her.
Tiffany’s favorite route to drive is “I-24 going through Kentucky.
It’s the most beautiful run anyone could ever do.” The summertime bluegrass lined roads all around Paducah are her favorite. She recommends a stop at Patti’s Settlement 1880’s restaurant if you’re in the neighborhood. A stop at Patti’s “definitely should be on your to-do list if you’re in the area”.
After a normal day of 10-11 hours, she mentions a struggle that she’s advocating for: MORE PARKING.
“The daily struggles today we have is parking. Parking is so limited to the truck stops that we have across the nation, it’s becoming more and more difficult to find parking after 5 pm. And it’s just getting worse. It’s getting to the point you can’t find parking, and you need to drive 20+ miles out of your route just to find a place park”. She hopes that in the future there’s expanded parking available at truck stops and rest stops around the country.
Tiffany drives with her husband Weston.
You can find them passing the time “listening to a lot of country music while we’re riding down the highway”.
When they’re not out on the road or getting ready for their next long-haul, they enjoy spending time playing with their horses, their family and hanging out with friends. “We love what we do we provide for our states, building supplies, rail road supplies, your every day needs”.