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IdleAir adds four Pilot stops, five dedicated facilities

| August 25, 2014

idle aire 3 ODIdleAir announced at the Great American Trucking Show last week it now operates five dedicated facilities with single terminals in conjunction with C.R. england, Con-way Truckload, CalArk, Werner Enterprises and TSA/Panamex.

The truck stop electrification service provides a/c, heat, 120V electricity, high-speed Internet and DirectTV.

The company announced it plans to open five more carrier-dedicated terminals by early 2015.

In addition to the five new dedicated facilities, IdleAir announced it completed construction in the first half of 2014 at four Pilot Flying J locations: Laredo, Texas; Robinson, Texas; Pearl, Miss.; and Beaverdam, Ohio.

Also, plans are underway for Pilot Flying J facilities in Seville, Ohio; Austintown, Ohio;  and Latta, S.C. By early 2015, the company says, eight more travel center locations will be added, including stops in Kentucky and Alabama.

IdleAir also announced at the show it has integrates its Convoy Points rewards program with Pilot’s MyRewards program.

The company also said it has expanded its relationship with Hotels4Truckers, and IdleAir locations are now listed in Hotels4Truckers truck-friendly accommodations listings in the MyDAT Trucker app.

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  • guest

    These are actually USEFULL items….Idle Aire and Hotels…..truckers need all the help we can get today……

  • hotdog

    I don’t have a generator but I only idle when the temp is above 80 or below 20. I will only use idle air when they only charge me for what I use (no cable, no internet) and the electricity prices are about the same kw/hour rate that the truck stop pays for their electricity. strives to maintain an open forum for reader opinions. Click here to read our comment policy.