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Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 5-Inch RV GPS


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  • RV-type routing - Choose from Class/type of RV, and number of trailers
  • RV Logs and Checklists - don't forget the details for vehicle preparation.
  • This feature provides simple checklists for seasonal prep and take down, campsite prep and takedown and more!
  • "Best of the Road" - three to four day adventures including unique stops, photos of the locations, maps and more to plan memorable adventure.
  • RV Services - campgrounds, dealers, parking, rest areas, travel centers.
  • RV Logs and Checklists - don't forget the details for vehicle preparation
  • This feature provides simple checklists for seasonal prep and take down, campsite prep and takedown and more!
  • Trails - track your progress from the main road to your campsite so you can easily return
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Product Information

Style: GPS
Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 9 x 5 inches
Item model number0528003909
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Display Size5 inches
Display Resolution480 x 272 pixels
Auxiliary Inputoptional_mp3_cable, optional_bluetooth, optional_hd_radio
Memory Card SlotN/A
Battery Life2 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB004YJYQPS
Best Sellers Rank #47,442 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 15, 2011
  
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Technical Details

Style: GPS
  • Brand Name: Rand McNally
  • Model: 0528003909
  • Display Size: 5 inches
  • Native Resolution: 480 x 272 pixels
  • Battery Average Life: 2 Hours
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Product Description

Style: GPS

From the Manufacturer

Rand McNally RVND 5510
Virtual Dashboard provides trip and current day information at a glance.
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Rand McNally RVND 5510
The TripMaker RVND provides safe routing of larger vehicles, including 11 RV classes

Rand Mcnally RVND 5510
Find your way to more than 14 million points of interest including festivals and parks.
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Rand McNally RVND 5510
Navigation is intuitive and provides speed limit and sharp curve warnings. View map screenshots

Rand McNally RVND 5510
Rand McNally Editor's Picks include proprietary data from the editorial staff with video and photos. View Best of the Road screenshot

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Keep up on maintenance with the RVND 5510 GPS. View Checklist screenshot

Built for RVs: Large Screen, Big Buttons, Loud Speaker, and Premium Content

The Rand McNally 5" TripMaker RVND 5510 GPS begins with award-winning navigation specific for RVers, and layers on all the information you need to have an enjoyable and safe trip in your RV. This Rand McNally 5" GPS device has been designed specifically for RVs and campers. RV-easy routing begins with a base of award-winning navigation from Rand McNally, including legal (propane, RV allowed), parkway and boulevard, weight, and height restrictions--all designed for the specific type of RV you are using. The TripMaker RVND 5510 layers on all the information you need to make your next RV trip enjoyable and safe.

RV Safe and Easy Routing

Choose from eleven types of RV, or car and number of trailers to get custom routing information. RV-Easy routing begins with a base of award-winning navigation from Rand McNally, including legal, parkway and boulevard, weight, and height restrictions--all designed for the specific type of RV you are using. Navigation favors right- or left-hand turns depending on vehicle size, and enables warnings for speed limit changes, sharp curves, dirt roads, and other potential hazards.

Or create your own custom configuration, and the GPS will route according to your vehicle's weight, length and height. You can set to car mode for use in passenger vehicles. The TripMaker RVND 5510 layers on all the information you need to have an enjoyable and safe trip in your RV.

RVer Amenities and Tools

Find 13,000+ RV parks and campgrounds with amenities such as dump stations and electric hookups, and more than 6,000 travel center locations with searchable amenities such as parking, dump stations, and showers. A special "breadcrumb" feature records the vehicle's trail to help navigate back to a campsite when there is no road in place. And the Quick Planner features show time, mileage and cost per mile to the destination.

RV logs and checklists make sure you don't forget the details for vehicle preparation. This feature provides simple checklists for seasonal prep and take down, campsite prep and takedown, and more.

RV-Friendly Trips and Content

Get info on campgrounds, dealers, parking, rest areas, and travel centers, as well as over 14 million points of interest--including festivals, national/state/regional parks, and other Rand McNally researched locations, as well as over 12,000 Rand McNally Editor's Picks, including "Best of the Road" 3-4-day adventures, regional trips, scenic tours, and weekend getaways. You can also get info on pet-friendly locations such as animal hospitals, hikes, stops, beaches, and more.

"Best of the Road"

Find three- to four-day adventures including unique stops, photos of the locations, maps and more to plan a memorable adventure. Plan a weekend, city side trip, regional trip, and more with specific information on places to stop. Best of the Road includes video and photos of destinations.

What's in the Box?

Rand McNally TripMaker RVND 5510 with stylus, large windshield suction-cup mount, vehicle charger, wall charger with cable, wall charger, USB cable, and Quick Start guide.

Technical Specifications

  • Display: 5" TFT Widescreen
  • Display Resolution: 480x272
  • Storage: None
  • Battery: Rechargeable Lithium-ion
  • Dimensions: 5.06" x 3.6" x 0.6"

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Customer Reviews

This is a Horrible product and my advice is DO NOT BUY.
John
Even when set for my motorhome, the routing has not been RV friendly, and has provided routes not appropriate for my big rig.
Suzy Q
RVND is by far the best and most intuitive GPS I've used, not to mention the essentials for RV owners.
Andy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By foggymtn on June 23, 2011
Style Name: GPS Verified Purchase
The RVND 5510 GPS unit replaced a Garmin 3520 that we had used since 2004. Due to high cost of map updates, we hadn't purchased a new map set since 2007.

The RVND 5510 is a Rand McNally update of their truck series GPS units and provides information specific to travel with RV's. Features are unique and extensive. The user can enter specific RV type, weight, overall length and height to help the unit determine best rig specific routing.

Although we haven't used the device while towing our large fifth wheel trailer, I have told it we were driving our RV to see if routing features worked as advertised. They do.

With one tap, the user can select the RV or car, which changes routing choices accordingly. We have used the unit mostly in "car" mode selecting fastest or shortest routes, which is common for most travel GPS devices.

The Rand McNally seems no better or worse than previous GPS units we have used as far as map and route accuracy is concerned. We have found that it still helps to have a paper map available and/or some Google Earth pre-trip preparation made before traveling to unfamiliar places. There are only so many updates that the programmers can provide over time, and changes in roadways occur regularly.

Since the device can be connected to either Mac or PC's for regular updates, the POI and construction area information can be kept substantially current. Several construction areas near our current location have been accurately advised. This is an excellent feature.

When traveling on major roadways, mileposts are noted on the screen. This information is important when looking for a specific location or when reporting accidents or road emergencies or for any call for assistance.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Franklin E. Halasz on June 27, 2011
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I second nearly everything foggymtn said - except his negatives, which (other than cost) seem to be inherent in every gps sold to date. Download the user manual and decide for yourself.

Mac users note: The RVND dock is available only to Windows. Updating via Mac is a more primitive process. Since there are no updates yet I cannot verify that it works. Hence 4 stars rather than 5.

Comparing this to our nuvi 660 is perhaps unfair, since the Nuvi is not designed for RV's and is obsolescent (no longer supported by Garmin except for map updates) but let me highlight some important options that the Nuvi lacked:
- Multiple via points & routes
- programmable avoids
- road preferences (e.g. prefer or avoid interstates or tollways)
- warnings, including speed limits
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By getwhatu$4 on August 7, 2011
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I originally bought the Garmin Dezl and then returned it because it cost too much and either I could not figure out how to to turn on the "avoid tunnels" or it did not have it. I read some reviews on this model and deicided to give it a go. First its no Garmin, the graphics are not pleasing to the eye. The material they use for the touch screen washes out the color in bright sunlight but inside the vehicle it is okay. The on screen map looks more like a map, the roads are thin and vehicle icon is small. There is a setting to change this from auto(which zooms out when no direction is given for several miles) to a closer up scale but still does not compare to the Garmin's graphics and rendering of local streets. I found that when it does zoom in for designated lane assignments it doesnt accutally show you traveling in that lane but puts a smaller picture of where you want to be above and to the right. This is not a bad thing since the voice also tells you which lane to be in and how many more feet it will be and for 99 percent of the time it was completley accurate. The voice also gives you secondary turns for example take exit on right in 500ft then bear left in 200 ft. Sometimes the Garmins second direction was so lagging that I would pass the point of decision and by the time it reacted I was already past the turn. The routing seems to be correct I got to where I was going and ended up at the correct address. It accurately avoided tunnels along 95 north in MD area due to propane in the rv. The arrival time was accurate and can also be ajusted because for the most part us RVers are not in too much of a rush.Read more ›
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Suzy Q on August 3, 2011
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I purchased this to use in my motorhome, and am extremely unhappy with how this unit works. Even when set for my motorhome, the routing has not been RV friendly, and has provided routes not appropriate for my big rig.
The unit is not user friendly. I would not recommend this product; save yourself some money and misery.
Wish I had purchased another Garmin when my C330 died on me.

VERY DISAPPOINTED with this unit. In spite of all the advertising and hype about the new product,it is not worth the price.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Carole A. Haywood on July 27, 2011
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We bought this GPS to make sure we could drive our 12'6" high, 56' long RV and car rig safely from New Jersey to Maine. It worked well. There is great comfort in knowing you are not going to meet a bridge which is too low or a road which is weight restricted. The screen view was good and the verbal instructions clear. It gave more useful warnings of speed changes than our TomTom. We chose a different routs than suggested for the first 100 miles because we know the roads. The only criticism I have is that when we are on a road which fails the criteria programmed by Rand McNally, the system tells you you cant go on the road and then stops further operation until you choose a route it likes. I am suggesting they provide a detailed warning of why the route is unacceptable and then continue to allow you to see the route details.
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