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Highest Rated Truck GPS
1Garmin dēzlCam 785
2Garmin dezl 770LMTHD
3Garmin dezl 560LMT
4Rand McNally TND 520
5Rand McNally TND 740

Unbiased Review of the Garmin eLog ELD

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Are you worried about violations or tired of manual logs to manage, track, and share hours of service records for ELD compliance? The Garmin eLog compliant ELD App may be the solution you need. This FMCSA-registered electronic logging device app is a free subscription that works with the Garmin eLog


KeepTrackin ELD Review

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All truckers know that as of December 2017, the DOT requires them to keep electronic logs. If you don’t have vehicles that already have this capability built-in, you need software to create your own logs. This is where the KeepTruckin ELD app comes in. It’s an ideal solution for independents


Garmin dezl 780 LMT-S Review

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Nobody understands the duties of a semi-truck driver unless they have worked in the profession. Most people simply think that a semi-truck driver simply takes cargo from point A to point B. While that is ostensibly the goal of their task, it is the paperwork, regulations, and ancillary tasks that


Rand McNally OverDryve 7 Review

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Rand McNally is changing the GPS navigation industry with it’s OverDryve 7, a tablet-like device that serves as a functional tech dashboard for both professional and amateur drivers. Those that don’t have vehicles equipped with the latest Wi-Fi technology have a ready solution. The device provides entertainment and internet connectivity


Rand McNally TND 540 Review

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The TND 540 GPS navigator is designed to be a very compact, portable, but powerful system for professional truckers and personal vehicles, as well. It features a bright, clear 5″ screen and comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and lifetime map upgrades from the people famous for maps. It’s been totally redesigned


Best Bluetooth Headsets for Truckers

Bluetooth headsets, once an expensive extra for only the most high-end cell phone users are now ubiquitous. Indeed, many convenience stores sell basic models for under $10, and many cell phone providers now offer them for free as incentives or as part of package deals. However, the needs of the

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