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Rand McNally Intelliroute TND-730LM Truck GPS

  • Rand McNaly Intelliroute TND-730 Truck GPS
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Retail Price:
$399.99
Your Price:
$369.99 (You save $30.00)
SKU:
0528011715
Current Stock:
97
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Product Description

The fourth-generation Rand McNally IntelliRoute® TND 730 LM truck GPS device is redesigned inside and out, with an updated interface and a faster processor. The TND-730LM has a large 7" screen and includes toll costs, advanced lane guidance, Wi-Fi® connected services, and all the great features drivers have come to expect from Rand McNally. Faster, Calculate Routes In Seconds.  Lifetime Maps, Get Updates as Long as You Own the TND.  Video Input for Rear-View or Back-Up Cameras.


Wi-Fi® Connected Services

  • Included on device, no subscription cost

    Advanced lane guidance – Be prepared for what's ahead, whether you're approaching a turn or heading through a complicated intersection
    • Weather – Show current conditions and forecast, or choose from 10 different map overlays, including precipitation and wind speed
    • Fuel prices – View fuel prices on the map, or search by price, fuel type, or brand
    • Local search – Find local businesses, restaurants, and more by name or keyword

    Premium services available for purchase on the Rand McNally Dock™

    • Traffic Everywhere – Get traffic information, even in rural areas
  • Toll costs – View estimated toll costs and compare routes without tolls
  • Avoid list – Avoid entire route, road, or area
  • Route comparison – Choose between a primary and alternate route
  • Fuel log – Track fuel purchases by date and by state; calculate current and average fuel economy
  • Team driving support – Keep timers and mileage separately for two team members
  • Address book – Choose icons to display on the map; import address books from your computer or other GPS devices via the Dock™
  • Quick Planner – Calculate mileage and profitability between any two cities or towns
  • Warnings – Set warnings for upcoming speed limit changes, sharp curves, and more; set display preferences and warning distance
  • Destination entry – Find by address, zip code, or latitude and longitude
  • Video input – For back-up cameras
  • Help, tips & FAQs for on-board assistance
  • Timers – Keep on-duty and driving timers
  • Mileage – Record mileage and view by date or by state/province; export to a spreadsheet via the Dock™
  • Virtual Dashboard – Easily access key metrics to monitor progress and productivity, such as sunrise and sunset time, trip progress, and yard time; keep track of mileage with multiple odometers
  • Multi-stop routing – Add up to 50 stops and preview the entire route; optimize routing for up to 10 stops
  • “Bread-crumb” trails – Record and display the paths you’ve traveled, on or off roads
  • Service and maintenance alerts
  • Calendar and notepad

 

Warranty Information

One Year

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  1. How TND730 Stacks Up 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2015

    After comparing this unit to the Garmin I owned previously, here is how it shakes out.
    Pros:
    – The search function is much better at finding what I am looking for. It includes whether or not the POI has truck parking which is a big help
    – The maps are quite a bit better and the routing for trucks is far more consistent than what I got from Garmin.
    – The screen is very responsive and the menus are easy to navigate even when on the road. I like being able to switch between options with a light touch rather than having to pull over and punch around for a few minutes.
    – The construction and weather warnings are right on the money most of the time and have saved me hours by letting me avoid delays.
    Cons:
    – Live traffic is not included with the unit and requires an additional receiver along with a subscription plan. Since I usually left this deactivated on my Garmin due to the popup ads anyways it is not that big of a loss.
    Overall I would say go with Rand McNally over Garmin. They seem to have a better grasp on what makes a GPS useful to truckers.


  2. Rough Start but Happy 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2015

    The first one I bought I returned after a few days. It worked fine over the weekend when I was setting it up and testing but when I went to put it in my truck on Monday it wouldn’t register my touches on the screen until the cab had warmed up for about 30 minutes. It wasn’t even very cold for Chicago. It was 40 to 50 degrees outside and gets much colder than that a lot of the time. The second day in a row it did this convinced me to return it. My previous Garmin nav unit always worked fine even in temps well below 0. The sales associate said that they had not heard of this being a problem with the TNDs but convinced me to exchange it for another one and give it a week to see how I liked it. He said if I still don’t like it after that time I can swap for the Garmin Dezl. I almost purchased the Garmin to begin with but the reviews on it are a mixed bag. So I am going to leave this unit in my truck overnight and see what happens.
    The second unit worked fine after a night in the cold. In fact since it has been up and running it is the best GPS I have ever used. The routing and logging is accurate and the profiles are easy to setup. I would say that Rand McNally has the best mapping software available right now. I called tech support about getting the cross streets to display and they were very fast and helpful. They walked me through setting custom zoom levels so now all I have to do is hit one button to change from HWY view to city.
    I have had some problems trying to connect it to my home Wi-Fi network but it connects to my phone as a mobile hotspot for traffic updates just fine. I would like it better if it had a warning when it loses network or times out. As it is it says nothing it just stops updating traffic. Once I set my phone to no time out I haven’t had a problem with it though.
    After having it for about 2 months the speakers have developed a slight cracking noise. I disabled spoken directions and that cut down on it. I hope in the future they will upgrade the software to allow for Bluetooth connectivity to allow me to use external speakers. I have tried to use both powered and non-powered speakers hooked up through the headphone jack but neither option puts out enough sound to hear it over cabin noise. Luckily the unit is under warranty I just don’t want to be without it while they fix it over this one issue.
    Six months in and I am still loving my TND. After a firmware update the interface and options are much improved and they were good to begin with. It really seems like Rand McNally actually listens to customer feedback and continually improves the product by giving actual truckers what they want. After this amount of time and many trips I can honestly say that their routing is the best I have ever used. I can’t praise this company enough for their support and for actually caring about what the customer wants and needs.


  3. Nice Features TND 730LM 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2015

    I’ve been a trucker for only a year now and constantly rely on this GPS to direct me to the destination. Quite frankly I can’t imagine how the older generation of truckers were able to drive without GPS, respect to those guys. This GPS not only givse you the right directions, it also logs your trip, gives you fuel cost, and when you’re connected to wifi it gives you weather and traffic updates. Other GPS units from Garmin and TomTom I used before don’t even come close to RM 730.


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