Why do we idle?

Maintain power to onboard systems

One of the primary reasons for fleet idling is to maintain power to onboard systems, which can include lighting, communications devices, computers, airbags, and other equipment.

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Maintain occupant comfort

Another significant reason for idling is to maintain occupant comfort, which can include heating, cooling, and humidity.

Harsh environmental conditions

In addition to providing occupant comfort, idling also commonly occurs in harsh climates to ensure vehicle components and cargo refrain from freezing and overheating.

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