Transportation Safety Technologies Helps Miami University Reduce Engine Idling, Emissions In Campus Service Vehicles

Friday, November 18, 2011
Idling a vehicle for one hour can consume one gallon of gas per day, thus creating a costly problem over time, not to mention harming the environment. Indiana-based, Transportation Safety Technologies (TST), an industry leader in the design and manufacture of a wide array of electronic components for the specialty vehicle industry, announces today that Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, has implemented its Idle GuardTM 200 on four campus service vehicles to reduce emissions. Idle Guard 200 is a solid-state, reliable timer that automatically prevents unnecessary engine idling in fleet and delivery vehicles. The technology allows drivers to remain compliant with anti-idle regulations, and is a low cost solution that is easy to install and can be retrofitted on almost any vehicle.

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