Mechanics discuss idle reduction system

Fleet Manager Brett Annear from the Poulsbo Fire Department and John Lightner from Cummins NW, explain the importance of making the idle reduction mechanism a simple step. When paramedics and EMTs arrive on scene, the process to initiate idle reduction must be simple because their focus needs to be on getting to the patient as soon as possible.

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