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Rand McNally Intelliroute TND 510 Truck GPS

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  • Bright 5-inch screen
  • Truck-specific routing
  • Virtual Dashboard
  • Real-time traffic compatible
  • Destination by latitude and longitude
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Product Information

Style: GPS
Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 9 x 5 inches
Item model number0528003283
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Display Size5 inches
Battery Life2 hours
Voice CommandTouch Screen
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #51,781 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 1, 2011

Technical Details

Style: GPS
  • Advanced Route Customization, Multi-Stop Entire Route Preview

Product Description

Style: GPS

From the Manufacturer

Rand McNally continues to innovate and upgrade its line of award-winning devices designed just for trucks. The new IntelliRoute® TND™ 510 has a sleeker design and a brighter screen to enhance in-cab use.

With both the 5" and 7" units, drivers can find destinations by latitude and longitude; view current location by mile marker; and find more truck services--like truck washes and truck repair shops. And with the new Virtual Dashboard, drivers can see key data at-a-glance.

The Upgraded Quick Planner
Determine load profitability with enhanced functionality such as entering an average speed
Premier Truck Tools and Navigation

The best GPS device for truckers just got better. Rand McNally's 5" GPS device has been upgraded with even more features and tools for the over-the-road trucker. The IntelliRoute® TND™ 510 provides unique trucker business tools that will eliminate manual calculation of mileages, giving efficient way to calculate arrival time to your destination and more!

New features include being able to export state-by-state and province mileage reporting, an enhanced quick planner, finding destinations by latitude and longitude and viewing current location by mile marker. These new tools have been incorporated as a result of specific feedback from real truckers to make life on the road that much easier.

The IntelliRoute® TND™ 510 incorporates input and hours of testing by professional drivers. This device was designed to help truckers in each phase of their work day from planning to driving to reporting. With 35% more truck routing information than other GPS units, the device leverages Rand McNally's proprietary truck data derived from more than 70 years in the commercial transportation industry.

Advanced Navigation Features
Using multi-stop route optimization, view each leg of the route by distance and segment
Advanced Navigation Features

With Advanced Route Customization, you can view and choose between additional routing options for more flexibility for reaching your destination. Multi-Stop Entire Route Preview offers you a display of the entire route at a highway level. Support for Real Time Traffic gives you current live traffic enabled via a compatible accessory. In addition, you can find a destination by zip code, view your current location by mile marker, or find a destination by latitude and longitude.

Virtual Dashboard
See key at-a-glance data including speed, distance, time at the destination and more.
Critical Safety Features

The IntelliRoute TND's Virtual Dashboard lets you view sunrise or sunset, odometer, speed, altitude, and other key metrics all at a glance. Junction View helps you manage complex interchanges in 3-D, with lane guidance, while Enhanced Warnings allow you to plan ahead by warning of upcoming speed limit changes, sharp curves, steep hills, and time-zone changes.

An "Am I Close?" function delivers dynamic street address information within the final mile to the destination. The Driver Controlled Auto Re-Route pauses and resumes to reduce unnecessary voice and directional activity.

For additional assistance, an embedded Help Center allows you to select various levels of on-board assistance such as help topics, tips, and FAQs.

Key Business Tool Features

The IntelliRoute TND 510 also helps you operate your business better. In addition to the ability to instantly cross reference to Rand McNally's printed Motor Carriers' Road Atlas, you can get construction updates as well as detailed information on thousands of truck stops, weigh stations & rest areas. Find truck washes, truck repair, towing and service from Truck Down®.

Use the Enhanced Quick Planner to calculate city to city mileage and profitability, with calculations considering average speed, and more. And an Expanded Address Book imports and sorts by distance or contact name.

Choose the Right IntelliRoute TND For You

Screen Size 5" 7"
Truck Specific Routing
Virtual Dashboard
Traffic Predictor --
Spanish and French Languages
Enhanced Truck Services Information
Enhanced Quick Planner
Destination by Latitude & Longitude
Location by Mile Marker
High Definition Screen --
Calendar --
Notepad --

Product Description

The best got even better. Rand McNally continues to innovate and upgrade its award-winning devices designed just for trucks. The new IntelliRoute TND 510 has a sleeker design and a brighter screen to enhance in-cab use. It features Rand McNally's proprietary truck data, offering 35% more truck routing information than other GPS units.

What is in the Box:

  • Rand McNally IntelliRoute TND 510
  • Windshield Mount
  • Vehicle Charger with extended length cable
  • Wall Charger
  • Quick Start Guide
  • USB Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The first time I used the unit, it took me on a really weird route through narrow back roads.
Scott Bright
If Rand Mcnally can fix this problem, they will have an amazing device for truck drivers, but for now, it is a ticket waiting to happen.
I called Rand technical support and they said they would look into the problem and call me back.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Rob Martin on June 30, 2012
Style Name: GPS
Before we start, let me tell you my background. I've been a truck driver for almost 4 years and although I use a GPS in a regular basis I have ample knowledge of map usage and know most routes in the Midwest and the East coast. I own a Garmin and have been using it for about 2 years. I am also a trainer so I get to use the Rand McNally every time a student brings one in the truck with him. So although I don't get to use it much, I've used it long enough to know the main features. Also, I run both devices doing the same routes so I get to compare them literally side by side. So enough about myself, let's move on to the reviews.

If you are reading this you are probably new to trucking and you are thinking that a GPS is a necessity, and you are probably also overwhelmed by the options and features and the number of GPS devices out there. Let me tell you that it really comes down to two devices, the Gamin 465T or the Rand McNally TND 510. The bigger brothers of these two devices are just that: "bigger" and may come with a couple extra options but the price differences don't really justify them and the other brands are simply not up to the game of these two.

So which one to choose? Let me put it this way. The Garmin is built by a GPS navigation company giving truck mapping at shot. The Rand McNally is built by a truck mapping company giving GPS navigation a shot. They both have great features and they both have great flaws.

The Rand McNally has an ocean of features aimed directly at truckers, and most are quite useful.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 27, 2011
Style Name: GPS
I got my first TND 510 about a month after I began professional truck driving. I love its features, I love its precision, though some addresses are out of date or missing, I love its nice big 5" screen, I love that I can easily search for truck stops, scales, Wal-Marts...

I hate that I have had two units fail the same way. Each of the two units I have had have died the same way. I had them for a few days, then decided I would install the TND Dock software that comes with it and get some yummy free map updates. Bad idea- as soon as I try to update the device, the download completes, it syncs the files, I unplug it from my computer and try to turn it on and... NOTHING. It locks up permanently on the first loading screen- nothing happens, nothing moves, nothing. I can plug it back in and update it again, it recognizes that, but as soon as I try to turn it on it locks up. It has a handy reset button, but all that does is blank the memory and let you see it lock up with the original factory maps installed.

I called Rand McNally and unfortunately they cannot perform any over-the-phone tech support on this issue, though they were nice enough to assure me if I had trouble replacing it at Love's (the truck stop I got it from- they have a 30-day return/replacement policy), that I could work it out with RM instead.

So, word of advice to potential TND 510 buyers- do NOT update the maps unless you are sure you will be able to get a replacement unit from wherever you buy it from! Maybe I just got two lemons in a row, but still, shame on you Rand McNally- get your software together.

Aside from that, as I said, I love the features when it is working. It clearly shows its trucker-friendly origins.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By J. Burns on August 26, 2011
Style Name: GPS Verified Purchase
I'm a truck driver and after my old, car only GPS got me trapped in Manhatten due to hight restriction, and i found myself driving past time square with a sleeper cab and 53 foot trailor i decided its time to upgrade. I went with Rand because they make the trucking maps , so i though "who better" I've had this for a few months's really worth the xtra money to get the model with life time free upgrades , it work much better if you update it every couple of weeks , before my first update it had alot of trouble with towns in P.A. but still HAS trouble , it couldn't find "Mount Wolf" but it could find "Mt Wolf" am I splitting hairs??? NO when I enter an address that's on the invoice , I want to find it reguardless... I went with the 510 bc the 710 seems to have more options then i needed , one thing i do wish the 510 had was the real time traffic monitoring you get with the 710 (with subscription of course).. The high points are you can switch between car and truck mode , you can set your truck lenght ,hight , hazmat , doubles . , I dont use any of the auto logs and timers it has.. Some of the low poins ive come across are that it might send you on a route thats longer than you really need..I have a final drop before i go home and it tries to take me on a route thats @ 5 miles keeps you safe , but there are no restrictions the way i normaly go. So far it works well with Hazmat , But when you run doubles , I found that it still picks the best, "truck route" , when pulling doubles you need to stay on interstates as much as possable , it will still route you down the shortest distance route , and when you get on the wrong type of road for doubles a little icon pops up telling you your in "doubles violation" , it would be better if it routed you on all interstates when possable, so this make the double option on the menu kind of useless...overall it hasnt steered me wrong so far , I like it....but then again this is my first "Trucking GPS"
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