Rand McNally upgrades compliance system

Rand McNally announced a new pricing plan, several new features, and a warranty program for its single-box compliance system for fleets. The TND 760 Fleet Edition is an in-cab EOBR (electronic on-board recorder) device that installs in less than 30 minutes.

Now, for as little as $649 for the hardware, and $19.95 per month for service, trucks can be equipped with a fully compliant EOBR system. For $799, the device also comes loaded with Rand McNally's navigation. Lease options are available for as low as $39 per month for qualifying fleets.

Three monthly service plan options are available. The EOBR plan, offering electronic hours-of-service (HOS) and vehicle inspection reporting, for $19.95/month; the Basic plan, which layers on vehicle positioning and online mapping, text and form messages, driver email and attachments, as well as integration access via Rand McNally Connect, for $29.95; and the full Enterprise plan that layers on a driver scorecard, vehicle performance, critical event reporting, and vehicle maintenance, for $39.95. These service plan prices are based on a three-year commitment.

A three-year warranty is now standard on the TND 760 hardware. This is an upgrade from the one-year warranty.

The TND 760, Fleet Edition seamlessly integrates with a truck's on-board computer and sends and receives information via both Wi-Fi and cellular modes. Manufactured in the United States, it does not require installation of a separate “black box” monitoring unit.

Despite its compact design, the TND 760 has an array of capabilities including fleet communications via e-mail, driver and vehicle performance monitoring, electronic HOS compliance, and truck-specific navigation. Information on fleet activity is managed via Rand McNally's enhanced FleetWatcher web-based portal.

For more information, go to randmcnally.com/tnd760.

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