Rand McNally TND 740 IntelliRoute Truck Navigation GPS with 7″ HD Vibrant Display (Certified Refurbished)

Product description The Rand McNally TND 740 comes with an expanded range of Wi-Fi connected services, such as weather and fuel prices. The device has a 7″ vibrant, high-definition screen , that comes with a easy-to-use interface for drivers and improved maps. The GPS is equipped with Quad core processor and twice storage space for even faster route calculations. The IntelliRoute TND 740 offers advanced lane guidance to be prepared for an approaching turn or heading through a complicated intersection. This GPS comprises 35% more truck routing information than other GPS units and incorporates hours of testing by truck drivers. Features: * GPS Vehicle Navigation System * 7″ HD Vibrant Display * Free Lifetime Map Updates * Truck-Specific Routing * Audio Out Capability – Enabling Drivers to Route their Device Sound through their Truck Audio Systems Easy-to-Use Interface * Over-the-air Map Updates * Advanced Lane Guidance & Lane Assist * Customizable Warnings – Set Warnings for Speed Limit Changes, Sharp Curves & More – Set Display Preferences & Warning Distance * Driver Scorecard Shows Miles, MPG, Idling & Vehicle Fault Codes * Electronic Driver Logs * Electronic Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting * HOS Alerts & Warnings * Multiple Operating Authority Capable * 2 USB Ports for Diagnostics

Product Features

  • 7″ HD Vibrant Display
  • Advanced Lane Guidance & Lane Assist
  • Truck-Specific Routing
  • 2 USB Ports for Diagnostics

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2 Responses to Rand McNally TND 740 IntelliRoute Truck Navigation GPS with 7″ HD Vibrant Display (Certified Refurbished)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Do not trust this gps !!! Very bad !!! Route me 5 time through 5 tons streets in Chicagoland suburbs in less than a month . Do not trust this gps if you are using it in a semi !!! I am returning it . I am better off with a car gps , at least I have to check if the roads are ok for a semi trucks. Also, truck roads that are 100% allowed for trucks -it says that are not . The magnets that holds the gps are not strong enough to hold the weight of the device on rough roads. My gps drop at least 5 times already . It fails…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Just like new