Absolutely! Although, the laws do vary state-by-state. Which is why the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) created a list of idling regulations in various states and counties across the US. Most jurisdictions do not allow commercial trucks to idle for longer than 5 minutes. Buses are the exceptions to these laws, as they are usually allowed a longer idling time (somewhere around 30 minutes) to ensure passenger comfort.
It does as though commercial trucks are frequently exempt from these laws. The rules do vary from place to place. Below are links that explain the specifics of anti-idling laws in a few select locales:
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