Fleet Management

Idle Reduction: Benefits Without the Sacrifices

By Phillips & Temro

Trucks idle an average of 1,800 to 2,500 hours per year, which results in fuel costs of $5,000 to $10,000 depending on fuel prices. To help reduce idling, anti-idle regulations are strongly enforced in many areas throughout the country, and fines for idling can be as high as $25,000. Idling vehicles not only result in high fuel costs, but also cause higher maintenance costs and damage to the environment. Although idle reduction is important, drivers still need a comfortable environment to get rest, and without the right solution, drivers may be obligated to idle and risk getting fined.  Many fleets and drivers are still struggling with idle reduction, but there is a solution to this problem with Idle Free® Systems. Download our free whitepaper to see why Idle Free® Systems is the key to:

  • Significantly less engine wear and resulting maintenance
  • Comfortable, fast-responding bunk temp control
  • Worry-free compliance with environmental regulations
  • Quality engineering, built to last

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