IdleAir provides America’s hard-working long-haul truck drivers an alternative to idling their engines during rest periods. IdleAir service allows truck drivers to turn off their diesel engines and APU’s and still enjoy heat, cooling, standard electric inside and outside the cab, Satellite TV, internet, and many of the comforts of home — all while saving money and getting better sleep without the noise, vibration, and exhaust fumes from idling.
IdleAir provides these services through the Service Module, which includes a color touch-screen control, heating/cooling vent, electrical outlets, and telecommunication ports. The Service Module fits into the cab window with the use of a window adapter. The window adapter is the only retrofit needed to start using IdleAir. IdleAir site representatives can assist drivers in buying window adapters, which only cost $5 each, so there’s every reason to start using IdleAir tonight!
You can watch these videos about hooking up the IdleAir Service Module:
Here is what the inside of the Service Module looks like:
Here is what the outside of the Service Module looks like:
Here is what the Service Module looks like once properly installed in the cab window: