You know I'm sitting here at this truck stop getting gas and I'm seeing all these semi trucks just idling. Truckers are here for the night to "camp out" so to speak. I know that truck drivers opt to leave their trucks idling all night long especially in cold northern climates because it's easier than to have to start it back up. Also, I know that diesel is far more efficient than gas, giving them the ability to heat their trucks all night and provide energy for small appliances and accessories. So I gues my question is, do all these same benefits apply to the Cruze TD as well? I mean it is a diesel right? I know that it's much smaller of course so I'm assuming it isn't as hard to turn over as the big boys. But can you idle it for long periods of time with little consumption and wear compared to gasoline counterparts?