Designed to work with many popular after-market remote starters, the IdleRight2 monitors the battery's voltage while the vehicle is turned off and your electronics are still on. If the voltage of the battery drops below a pre-set level, it triggers the remote starter to idle your vehicle. The system then runs the engine to charge the battery, turns the vehicle off, and begins the process again.

The simplicity of the new Havis Idle Reduction System is what makes it perfect for any fleet. Once installed in your vehicle, IdleRight2 will use your light bar or other electronic component as a signal to engage. So, all you have to do is turn the light bar switch on, turn your vehicle off, and walk away -- IdleRight2 will take it from there.

New Features Added in IdleRight 2:

  • Greatly simplified installation – Since the new system works with a multitude of aftermarket remote starters, installation is greatly simplified. See Specifications for the most up to date list of compatible units.
  • Diagnostics and ROI calculator – The new system has an LED diagnostics system that will show you what state the unit is in. This LED can also be used to output critical Return on Investment (ROI) calculations by outputting the number of idle hours saved and the total hours of operation.
  • New lower price – By leveraging aftermarket remote car starters, Havis is able to greatly reduce the price of the IdleRight system without jeopardizing functionality.
IdleRight 2

The IdleRight System is best suited for the following:

Law Enforcement:

  • Traffic details where a vehicle is left unattended by the officer, but warning lights would be required for safety.
  • Construction details where a police vehicle is required to have warning lights operating, but the officer is not required to remain in or with vehicle.

Fire Departments:

  • Officer's vehicle on scene requires warning lights for safety.
  • Unattended fire police vehicles require warning lights for safety.

Utility Departments:

  • Vehicles require warning lights for safety but not constant engine running.
  • Additional support vehicles at a worksite on public roadways require warning lights.


  • Supervisor's vehicle provides warning lights but is left unattended anytime the project is interfering with traffic flow on public roadways.