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Bluetooth Idle Reduction System

The InterMotive Vehicle Controls EcoStar III is a Bluetooth version of its fully automatic stop/start idle reduction system.

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Idle-Reduction Benefits Extend Beyond Fuel Savings

Reducing unnecessary truck idling in your fleet has benefits that extend far beyond reduced fuel consumption.

EcoStar III Bluetooth Idle-Reduction System

InterMotive Vehicle Controls has developed a Bluetooth version of its fully automatic stop/start idle reduction system.

IdleLock Anti-Theft System

InterMotive Vehicle Controls has updated its anti-theft system, IdleLock, for work truck, police, ambulance, cutaway bus, and fire truck vehicles for 2018 model-year applications.

Idle Reduction is Key for Ohio Construction Fleet

How do you save fuel in a work-truck and heavy-haul operation? “Leave the truck parked,” quips Wayne Queen, trucking yard manager at Kokosing Construction.

Idle Free Complete Electric APU Solution

Idle Free Systems APUs are CARB compliant and EPA-SmartWay verified and provide air conditioning and heat; 120-volt electricity for televisions, computers, and other hotel needs; and keep the truck engine warm when the engine is off.

NPL Construction Company Focuses on Idle Reduction

Through a focus on reducing the fleet’s idling, the pipeline construction company has reduced its CO2 footprint by more than 690,000 pounds in just six months.

Do Anti-Idling Technologies Work?

Four fleets share their experiences with anti-idling devices on patrol cars and trucks — and their plans for the future.

Tuckunder Series

Woodbine Manufacturing Company, producer of Tommy Gate hydraulic lifts, announced the availability of a brand-new Tuckunder Series liftgate (TKT) for flatbed, stake, and van bodies.

GRIP Idle Management System

The GRIP (Governor to Reduce Idle and Pollution) taps into a vehicle's electronics network via the CAN bus to regulate vehicle functions such as engine revolutions, transmission position, outside temperature, ignition positions, and coolant temperatures.