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By: On: Wednesday August 31 2011

Rand McNally introduced the latest addition to its line of navigation devices at the Family Motor Coach Association’s 86th Family Reunion. The TripMaker RVND 7710 provides a large, easy to read 7″ high-definition screen and 8GB of onboard storage for RV-related information.

“Members of the RVing community have been very enthusiastic about our TripMaker RVND 5510. That device designed just for them provides RV-specific routing, stops and amenities that RVers need while on the road, and things to see and do along the way,” says Dave Muscatel, CEO of Rand McNally. “The TripMaker RVND 7710 will further enhance the experience in large vehicles with its 7-inch high definition screen, provided at a competitive price.”

New features on the TripMaker RVND 7710 include the ability to integrate typical traffic patterns along your route; add custom points of interest such as red-light cameras, special shopping areas, member campgrounds, or any other dataset in a .csv format; and fishing spots found in Rand McNally Editor’s Pick locations.

By: On: Tuesday May 10 2011

Rand McNally has recently released what it’s calling the first navigation device designed specifically for RVers – the TripMaker RVND 5510.

“We’ve listened carefully to members of the RVing community, who told us overwhelmingly that they would be interested in purchasing a GPS if it provided RV-specific routing, stops and amenities that RVers need while on the road, and things to see and do along the way,” says Dave Muscatel, CEO of Rand McNally. “Our new TripMaker® RVND™ line will solidly deliver on these expectations.”

According to Rand McNally, the TripMaker RVND 5510 layers on all the information needed to have an enjoyable and safe trip in an RV. The routing includes legal (including propane and other RV-only), height and weight restrictions, right or left-turn preference based on eleven different RV types, and a quick reference to the Rand McNally Road Atlas. Turn-by-turn spoken and text directions is intended to keep the driver focused on the road ahead.




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