BigRigTravels LIVE Texarkana, AR to Marshall, IL [I-30, I-40, I-55 I-57, I-70] (4/27/22 8:45 AM CDT)


BigRigTravels – Trucking Across America keeping store shelves full of groceries!
Trip: Lancaster TX – Lancaster TX – Auburn IN (1065 miles)
Note: This stream/video exceeded Youtube’s 12 hour stream limit. As a result, a few mins at the end were edited out
0:00 Texarkana, AR
24:00 Hope, AR
42:00 Coffee stop at Love’s (Prescott, AR)
1:12:10 Depart Love’s
1:42:30 Arkadelphia, AR
2:32:00 Little Rock, AR
4:06:00 Forrest City, AR
4:36:20 West Memphis, AR
5:37:25 Coffee stop at Love’s (Blytheville, AR)
5:54:50 Depart Love’s
6:01:20 Entering Missouri
6:42:10 New Madrid, MO
7:01:45 Southern terminus of I-57
7:22:10 Entering Illinois
7:51:40 30 min break
8:28:40 End 30 min break
8:50:20 Marion, IL
9:27:50 Mt. Vernon, IL
10:27:00 Effingham, IL
10:53:30 Love’s (Parking search) [Greenup, IL]
11:34:00 Five-Star Truckstop (Steve ends the day)

BigRigSteve is an American truck driver that shares his daily routine and experiences while living his life out on the open road. Come explore the multilane interstates in the big cities to the two lane blacktop backroads of the small towns of America from the unique perspective from the windshield of his big rig as he uses two different cameras to broadcast LIVE every mile of every trip. His website at has all of the current trip information including dynamic GPS data fed to the website such as a speedometer, altimeter, weather at the truck’s location, interactive maps, blog and much more. There you can also find information about past trips located in the Trip Journals section.

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