IdleAir Helps Truck Drivers by Installing 100 New Spaces

IdleAir Announces Growth Financing and Operating Update at GATS

IdleAir Adds 100 New Spaces in North AmericaTruck drivers asked for them, and now they get them. IdleAir is opening more than 100 additional spaces at 13 locations across North America this summer to help improve air quality at and nearby truck stops. IdleAir service allows truck drivers to turn off their diesel engines and APUs and still have access to features including heating, cooling, standard electric inside and outside the cab, satellite TV and internet.

New IdleAir locations in North America:

Benton, Ark. – JJ’s Truck Stop – I-30 Exit 106
West Memphis, Ark. – Pilot #429 – I-40 Exit 280
Bakersfield, Calif. – Bruce’s – CA-58 Exit CA-184
Ripon, Calif. – Love’s #223 – CA-99 Exit 237B
Jackson, Ga. – TA #100 (Franchise) – I-75 Exit 201
East St Louis, Ill. – Pilot #313 – I-55 / I-70 Exit 4
Breezewood, Pa. – Pilot Fuel, All American TP – I-76 / I-70 Exit 161
Claysville, Pa. – Petro #83 (Franchise) – I-70 Exit 6
Myerstown, Pa. – Flying J #518 – I-78 Exit 10
Hurricane Mills, Tenn. – Pilot #53 – I-40 Exit 143
Knoxville, Tenn. – TA #107 (Franchise) – I-40 / I-75 Exit 369
Fort Worth, Texas – Pilot #434 – I-35W Exit 65
Orange, Texas – Pilot #431 – I-10 Exit 873

To see a full list of locations, visit this link.