New GPS for campers helping more RV owners enjoy traveling
Many people are reliant on their GPS devices when they're on the road in a standard vehicle, which is why it's not uncommon for travelers to bring one with them in their RV. However, a GPS may not always be best suited for long trips in an RV, especially when attempting to gather information from a desolate area.
In order to meet the demands of tech-savvy RV owners, more manufacturers are shifting their focus to developing GPS devices specifically for motorhome travel. One item that is sure to please any GPS lover is the Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 7710 GPS. This product is designed to provide RV users with everything they need to plan a trip and safely arrive at their destination.
"I received this newly designed unit yesterday," wrote one Camping World customer. "The tutorial on the unit is excellent - the manual is also helpful. I am impressed with the ease of operation at the start up - upgrades are available on line - screen size is excellent - view in sunlight is very good - view at night is excellent and adjustable."
The Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 7710 GPS has more than 14 million points of interest and can give you valuable information on nearby campgrounds and parks.