|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 9 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||0528003909|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0528003909|
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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|Average Battery Life||2 hours||3 hours||3 hours||1.5 hours|
|Screen Size||5 in||6||5 in||7 in|
|Map Type||US and Canada||street, City Tour, north-america||North America||North America|
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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.
- 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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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.
When routing is enabled, the device advises of upcoming speed reductions at specified distances. The user can also put speed parameters in preferences that allow the device to warn of over speed driving.
There are two selectable "voices"...Tom (the male voice) and Samantha (the female voice). The voices are not terribly annoying.
The currently available 5" diagonal screen is adequate for our vehicle but might not be large enough for a coach, depending on unit placement. The "voices" are volume controlled and can be easily heard in the driver and passenger positions.
Works as advertised
Adequate size for our specific vehicle
Very readable screen
Specific visual and audio warnings
Lots of RV specific information in a small package
Excellent suction cup window mount...heavy duty!
Seems to be accurate
Easy mounting and removal from window mount
No Garmin audio "Off route, recalculating!"
Left hand power connector obstructs closer mounting to window post
Direct or angle sunlight on unit tends to washout screen visibility
Cost a little on the high side for units of this type...but lots of good features
Rand McNally hasn't advised map update pricing yet (as far as I know)
Instructions not good...pretty much learn as you go (no problem for me)
Speed reduction warnings not engaged unless route entered
The Rand McNally GPS unit worked right out of the package and has not failed us at any point during the past three week long trial runs. I can't wait to get hooked up and underway with the device leading the way.
So things I did not like are when you want to search for POIs in other states it would tell you to enter the zip code would it be be logical to put in the state followed by the town. Who has the zip codes right on hand not me. So I find it a little difficult to find for example when I know in 200miles I will need fuel in another state and want to know now where a Panera Bread is. It does on the other hand have an icon on the map screen that you can locate POIs for the up coming exits and this is helpful. The POIs can be set in the setting by you for example I only want fuel stations with deisel that are open 24hrs.
There is also a RV check list that you can use. There is a standard pre check list but you can add anything to the list you want "did I remember the dogs food". I think it could be useful if the Mrs. ever had to run the show herself but for me it is a waste. I thought there would be a nice log for fuel and costs but no such luck if you want that buy the Garmin Dezl. This one has a cost per mile.. put in your cost then enter the miles and holy cow it multiplies it. How about you enter the starting mileage, the mileage at refill, the amount of fuel, the price per gallon and then calculate it. Then keep a running tab so you know how much you spent on the trip and also add a place for tolls and other incidentals repairs and then give it a name "trip to grandmas house" Well there is a built in calculator so I guess you could do it yourself. You know us RVers we need to know if we got 8mpg or say 8.5mpg.
There is also a weekend trip suggestion page what a waste... I thought it would give weekend POIs based on my location and say a 200 mi radius for a weekend destination... no it is a list of preselected locations that I will never see half on the other side of the country.
The sound quality was okay but why do all the companys insist on making adjusting the volume a two step process exit the map screen go to main screen ajust the volume return to the map screen. Does everything have to be touch screen how about a plus minus button on side of the unit not the top dont want to confuse it with the power button.
Overall the unit got me from NJ to VA to MD to DC back to NJ accurately and without any problem. I felt more confident that I wasnt going to show up to a entrance of a tunnel I wasnt allowed to go through or rip the top off the rig. The mapping grappics are lacking but in combination with the voice commands it performed perfect. It did not lose the signal once. Rand Mcnally please loose the useless screens put in a real mileage/cost calculator. It would also be nice to have a 911 button that would immediately bring up the closes pd or hospital at you current location and direct you right to it.
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