A study in Japan over a period of fourteen months has shown that a system designed to run heating and cooling systems from external power sources when trucks are parked has cut C02 emissions from the vehicles by 97%. Consisting of a cabin-mounted cooler and electric carpets and blankets for heating, the Stop Idling system drops commercially in Nihon next March. We also assume that the system could be modified to light up one's dekotora. Now we just need a hot plate for cooking up some udon on the road and we're set. [Envautomental]