IdleAir, the leading truck stop electrification (TSE) service provider, has re-opened its location at the Flying J in El Paso, TX. IdleAir service at this location had been temporarily unavailable during a large renovation project at the travel center.
"The re-opening of our location at the Flying J in El Paso brings additional capacity to serve strong demand in Texas and along the I-10 corridor," says Ethan Garber, IdleAir CEO. "In the expanding IdleAir network, the re-opened El Paso location enables IdleAir to better serve customers who frequently fuel at Pilot Flying J travel centers."
The re-opened IdleAir facility is located at Flying J #728 in El Paso, TX (I-10 Exit 37).
With the addition of the re-opened El Paso Flying J location, IdleAir now operates 30 sites in 12 states (AR, AZ, CA, GA, IL, MN, MO, NJ, PA, TN, TX, UT). IdleAir 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...
With the addition of the Milton, PA location, IdleAir now operates 29 sites in 12 states.
Truckers can now drive corridor's full length without idling for rest and sleep.