As an OTR trucker, your income is subject to state income tax only in your home state (your state of residence). It is not subject to income tax in states you pass through on the road.
The only exception might be if you physically worked at a location in a non-resident state.
Drivers who are intrastate drivers, drive within the 100 mile radius of their terminal (in a non-resident state) or who are not subject to DOT hours of service, may be taxed by the work state and the resident state.
(b)(1) No part of the compensation paid by a motor carrier providing transportation subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission under subchapter II of chapter 105 of this title or by a motor private carrier to an employee who performs regularly assigned duties in 2 or more States as such an employee with respect to a motor vehicle shall be subject to the income tax laws of any State or subdivision of that State, other than the State or subdivision thereof of the employee's residence. https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/STATUTE-104/pdf/STATUTE-104-Pg295.pdf