Cobra’s 7700 Pro GPS Best Suited for RVers

June 7, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Cobra GPS systemWhen taking long trips on the open highway in an RV, drivers know having the best GPS navigation system makes time on the road more efficient, simple and enjoyable. The 7700 Pro from Cobra provides multi-route trip planning options, including shortest time or distance and critical driver information useful for eliminating unwanted stops, according to a news release. Being used by professional drivers nationwide, the 7700 Pro has been rated the highest in route quality and reliability, based on the results of a certified quality test conducted by Tele Atlas. A multi-point route optimization feature provides the best routing for multiple destinations, saving fuel costs. This system even enables owners to enter the custom size of their rig and will only provide directions on streets and roads that can legally and safely accommodate the RV. The 7700 Pro has a 7-inch, 16:9 wide screen for easy viewing and provides the convenience of touch screen control. It includes over 12 million points of interest, such as routable travel center locations with detailed amenity information, restaurants, WiFi access and repair shops. Featuring text-to-speech guidance and loud, clear verbal instructions, this system provides turn-by-turn spoken street names for safe navigating. Cobra’s 7700 Pro comes with three months of unlimited downloads from the company’s AURA Camera and Driving Hazard Database, which alerts drivers to the locations of fixed speed and red-light cameras, dangerous intersections and known speed traps. Cobra Electronics’ 7700 Pro navigation system retails for $399.95. Contact Cobra Electronics Corp., 6500 W. Cortland St., Chicago, IL 60707. 773-889-8870.;

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