Originally Posted by SinkorSwim
Hmm I think Rugged as the "upgraded" version of a navigator. I find mine is actually VERY unreliable for any directional calls made before 10am and two cups of coffee....
I am also interested in which gps models folks are enjoying. Am waffling between the truck version for the real time upcoming hazard warnings (sharp curves, steep grades, crosswinds, real time traffic) and the RV versions for the campground/points of interest data. Now if only 1 unit could do both.....
the RVND 5510 does have warnings for sharp curves and hills but I haven't had a chance to check out how good that works
from the web site
Based on award-winning, professional-grade navigation from Rand McNally
Includes legal (propane and RV allowed), weight and height restrictions
Safe routing of larger vehicles with eleven RV and camper types, plus cars!
Prioritizes turns according to size of vehicule
Provides speed limit and sharp curve warnings
Louder speaker, larger screen size, and oversized buttons developed for in-RV use
Special "Breadcrumb Trail" feature tracks the route from the main road to your campsite for easy return