GPS designed for RVs helps travelers on the road
Many people find convenience in using a standard global positioning system while driving in their cars, but they are not always helpful when it comes to navigating in an RV. Oftentimes, a GPS will fail to recognize a location out in the wild, making it difficult for campers to arrive at their desired destination.
Instead of struggling to plan your trip and get to the campground, consider purchasing the Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 GPS to get back on track. Unlike standard GPS systems for cars, this device is designed to help individuals plan their entire RV trip in one sitting.
The Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 GPS has an easy-to-use routing system, a loud speaker and a five-inch screen for visibility. You can also create a checklist on the device to keep track of your trip as you travel.
Unlike other GPS models on the market, the Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 GPS also has a Quick Planner to give you an estimate of when you will arrive at your destination. It also provides you with information on more than 150,000 amenities across the country for convenience - no more relying on rest stop signs every few miles.