IdleAir, the leading truck stop electrification (TSE) service provider, has opened its 29th location in Milton, PA.
"The opening of our newest location in Milton, PA helps our fleet partners and their drivers save money across our growing US network, says Robert Barker, Director of Fleet Sales for IdleAir. "We are working aggressively to continue to grow our network, and better serve the industry."
The new IdleAir facility is located at Flying J #555 (Penn 80) in Milton, PA, on I-80 at Exit 215.
With the addition of the Milton, PA location, IdleAir now operates 29 sites in 12 states. The company continues with expansion plans this year, including new sites in Texas and Pennsylvania.
IdleAir supports American energy independence by using homegrown electric power from domestic energy resources.
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...
IdleAir service at this location had been temporarily unavailable during a large renovation project at the travel center.
Chevrolet is supporting the IdleAir project to help long-haul truckers avoid idling during rest breaks at truck stops.