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Rand McNally releases 40th edition of Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas

Rand McNally has released the new annual edition of its Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas, marking the 40th anniversary of the atlas for professional drivers. The 2021 edition of the atlas—featuring fully updated truck-accessible roads, state trucking regulations, and fuel tax charts—is available in paperback as well as a version with laminated pages and a stay-flat

Rand McNally rolls out new TND devices with advanced navigation, upgraded features

Rand McNally launched the next generation of its TND line. The truck-specific TND 750 and the TND 550 GPS devices feature advanced navigation and upgraded features. Both devices include Rand Navigation 2.0, the company’s proprietary new navigation software that features truck specific routing, a modern, clean interface, crowdsourced POI reviews, and striking new visuals, such

Rand McNally launches new dashboard tablet

Rand McNally has released the TND Tablet 85, a new dashboard tablet that the company says is fueled by navigation software built for professional drivers. The device is centered around Rand Navigation 2.0, which features truck routing, a clean interface, crowdsourced reviews and new visuals, the company says. To power the new navigation software, the

Rand McNally updates Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas line

New editions of the Rand McNally’s Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas were released during the third week of June.

Rand McNally introduces the DashCam 500

Rand McNally announced the launch of the DashCam 500, a dashboard camera and companion app. According to the company, the camera delivers high-quality video and still photos that make it simple to save, organize and share the images. The app is available as a free download for iOS and Android smartphones. “We’ve seen strong demand

Rand McNally releases new Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas line

Rand McNally has released the new annual edition of its Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas for professional drivers across North America. The atlas provides guidance on truck-accessible roads, state trucking regulations and cross-country tolling information. “The Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas continues to be an indispensable tool for professional drivers,” said Stephen Fletcher, chief executive officer of

Rand McNally introduces DC 200 fleet management device

Rand McNally has introduced the DC 200, a new electronic logging and fleet management device with cellular connectivity. The new device, according to Rand McNally, is designed to meet the budgets and compliance requirements of small- and medium-sized fleets looking to leverage existing Android devices, and is available later this year. Once paired with an Android device,

The data details of inspection reports

With the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issuing the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Final Rule, fleets are taking a long look at technology solutions to track hours-of-service (HOS), but they are also going a step further to ask, “What else can it do?” One of those things is create and manage electronic driver vehicle

Rand McNally Q&A: Answering your ELD questions

Rand McNally recently introduced its new ELD 50 plug-and-play device to help commercial drivers comply with the federal electronic logging mandate. We caught up with Dave Marsh, the company’s vice president of research and development, to answer our biggest electronic logging device (ELD) questions.

Rand McNally announces new plug-and-play ELD solution

Rand McNally  introduced its new ELD 50 plug-and-play device to help commercial drivers comply with the federal electronic logging mandate. Rand McNally designed ELD 50 as a cost-effective, quick-install solution for over-the-road drivers, the company said. ELD 50 fits in your hand, takes less than a minute to install directly into the truck’s diagnostics port and

Unpacking the requirements of the ELD Final Rule

Christmas came early for the trucking industry when the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) gift-wrapped the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Final Rule and placed it under the tree on Dec. 10, 2015. Fleet Equipment ripped open the regulation package and talked with truck technology experts who are on the ELD front lines. So let’s get

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Logging in: The ins and outs of the ELD mandate

The long-awaited final rule on Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) is expected to be published by the end of October. The rule has been undergoing review by the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) since late July. Approval from the OMB is the last step before a final ELD rule can be published. We

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