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IdleAIR News Letter

Fuel prices are already high and predicted to rise throughout 2011, but we can help.  

We now have 21 sites in 9 states (AR, CA, GA, IL, MO, PA, TN, TX, UT) ready to save your fuel and money. We are planning for 40 sites by year-end and will continually open sites in the coming years.

Our Fleet Customer Discount Price is $1.50 per hour (+ tax) through April 30, 2011 (only $1.99/hr regular price). With diesel at about $3.43 per gallon currently, your savings is over $1.90 per hour. At 100 trucks using the service only 4 times per month at 10 hours per use, you would save $91,200 annually. Your drivers benefit with better rest and improved lifestyle and you get the extra benefit of safer drivers with lower risk of accidents.

If you have not setup your Fleet Customer Discount, contact us now to reap greater than 50% savings vs engine idling!

Our newest sites are:

  • Travel Centers of America (TA) – Jackson, GA – I-75, Exit 201 (GA 36 E)
  • Travel Centers of America (TA) –  Knoxville, TN – I-40-75 Exit 369

Follow these links to site location information and current promotions:

IdleAir Basic Service for your drivers includes:

  • Heat and air conditioning with filtered and UV-treated air handling system
  • Electricity inside and outside the cab (we have power cables for block/fuel heaters at sites)
  • Internet access via the built-in touch screen
  • TV access (weather, local news, etc)

Optional Services for your drivers include Internet access for a personal computer – Wired Internet access or Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) access can be purchased by your drivers.

Visit our Website for updated news, site lists and open dates. http://www.idleair.com

Sites & Maps



  1. February 2, 2011 at 10:29 am

    Welcome back guys!

    I’m hoping that this will help put some of your money back in your pocket.

    My name is Jeremy Martin, and I’m the National Sales Manager for IdleAir. I’ve been working with Tim to make sure that you guys are getting the best discounts available. I was up at the shop there a year or so back and got to meet a lot of you.

    If you ever need anything or are having any issues, give us a call.

    If you’re in Knoxville, stop on in and see me!

  2. Neil
    February 2, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Jeremy you have got a great product.I used it for many,many hours before i purchased a generator.If my gen broke down i would use it again with a moments thought.

  3. Ron Baker
    February 2, 2011 at 5:04 pm


  4. Neil
    February 3, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    A $300 generator,most likely made in china,you get what you pay for.

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