- Size (LWH): 5.25 inches, 7.5 inches, 1 inches
- Weight: 1 pounds
- Network Compatibility: Wi-Fi
Rand McNally TND 720 LM IntelliRoute Truck GPS with Lifetime Maps (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Enhanced Truck Routing: Including new routing options for added flexibility on how you reach your destination
- Exits Quick View: find out about truck-friendly locations off the upcoming exits along your route via new button on the map screen
- Fuel logging: Track purchases and fuel use, and use the "Bread-crumb" trails option to record and display the paths you've traveled - useful on or off roads
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From the Manufacturer
Built from the ground up for professional drivers, the IntelliRoute TND 720 LM incorporates hours of testing by truck drivers and was designed to help truckers in each phase of their work day, from planning to driving. With 35% more truck routing information than other GPS units, the device leverages Rand McNally proprietary truck data and know-how derived from over 70 years in the commercial transportation industry.
Furthermore, IntelliRoute TND owners benefit from certain features available only from Rand McNally, including RoadWork Construction Updates that gives options to route around construction ahead of you, and cross-references to Rand McNally's printed Motor Carriers' Road Atlas.
Tell Rand Feature
Through driver events, feedback from the Tell Rand feature on the TND, and talking with truckers who are on the road full-time, Rand McNally stays in close touch with the driver community. As a result, the IntelliRoute TND 720 LM is equipped to handle the demands of the job, with more driver-requested features than ever.
A Tougher GPS
The IntelliRoute TND 720 LM features a new ruggedized design for long, hard trips, as well as an upgraded speaker and a brighter 7" screen.
The Wi-Fi connectivity of the TND 720 LM brings you faster current and forecasted weather data, including storms and wind speeds, displayed along your route, along with construction and software updates through enhanced Rand McNally Dock software. You can export your route and log data from your connected TND 720 LM for record keeping. There's also a video input for third-party back-up cameras.
More Driver-Requested Features
Based on driver feedback, the IntelliRoute series delivers enhanced truck routing, including new routing options for added flexibility on how you reach your destination. An Exits Quick View helps you find out about truck-friendly locations off the upcoming exits along your route via a new button on the map screen. Fuel logging lets you track purchases and fuel use. And "bread-crumb" trails gives you the option to record and display the paths you've traveled--useful on or off roads.
What's in the Box?
Rand McNally IntelliRoute TND 720 LM, windshield mount with suction cup, quick start guide, wall charger, vehicle charger, USB cable.
Top Customer Reviews
.. I agree with another reviewer that the search functions are much
better. You can find points of interest all kinds of ways, even Walmart's
and whether or not they allow truck parking.
.. I also agree that the mapping for trucks is definitely better in my
experience than my Garmin, and that is what I care about the most.
.. The weather, construction along the route and the green dashboard I
like lot. I leave it on the dashboard most of the time.
.. Great screen, and find it pretty logical and easy to use. There is a
big manual I could download, but I haven't bothered.
.. Doesn't include traffic, but I found I didn't use the Garmin traffic
much anyway, since it didn't work except when I was close to cities.
And once I was in the city, I wasn't going to get off the Interstate and
drive on local streets in a truck.
I have "PC Miler" on a laptop and it isn't nearly as accurate.
The GPS itself is certainly on the large side as it is a 7" model. Although since it has been designed to be "rugged," there is extra bulk that you normally wouldn't expect. Both in terms of thickness and bezel around the screen. And I'm not quite sure this extra bulk necessarily adds to any ruggedness as it all appears to be the same plastic/rubberized material.
Other than the screen, there is nothing else on the front. You do have the bright orange power button at the top right side, although it does have to be pressed downwards from the top. On the right there is a MicroSD card slot, Audio Out, and Video In, both typical ⅛" jacks. On the back is the MiniUSB port and a connector for an external GPS antenna. There is also a slot for the mount.
There is also a USB -> MiniUSB cable, DC, and AC power cables. Along with the windshield mount. I should also note that while they are using standard MiniUSB, they have warnings written everywhere to ONLY use the included power adapters.
MOUNT & PORTS
First, the MicroSD slot has no use at this time. It's just there for "future use," as indicated in the manual. And the USB port, which is used for both data and power, is on the back, not the side. If you're using the included suction cup mount, that's not an issue.Read more ›
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