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Every mile, in every cab, American truckers rely on Rand McNally’s Motor Carriers Road Atlas for the most comprehensive highway and trucking information on the market.
America’s #1-selling trucking atlas is designed to meet the unique needs of professional drivers, helping you save time, save money, and stay compliant.

Other Features
Detailed coverage of state and national designated routes
Updated restricted routes, low clearance, and weigh station locations
22-page mileage directory including more than 40,000 truck-route-specific, city-to-city mileage
Road construction and conditions hotlines
Updated coverage of hazardous materials regulations
Easy-to-use chart of state and provincial permit agency phone numbers and websites

Dimensions: 10.875 x 15.3215

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The map is great for that This is a heavy book, well made. We are rv’ers and got it for another view of where we’re going. Our 5th wheel is 13.5 feet tall. The map is great for that. But, it’s for truckers so a lot of information up front for them. It’s not good to see detail. It’s purpose is to show safe truck routes, so it won’t replace a good road atlas. The main problem I’m having with it is a truck route doesn’t always go straight through to places, it just ends. I’ve included a photo of this in Idaho. So I look…

  2. Anonymous says:

    A MUST FOR RVers We RV for several months out of the year. We require at least 13’6″ overhead clearance. Garmin and the onboard nav systemcannot be trusted. We have always checked Garmin’s routing against the Rand McNally Motor Carriers’ Atlas and boy, howdy, have we been glad. We have used this Atlas from 2014 on and it has saved our @sses many times. This is a particularly nice version as the pages are laminated. Our retired Atlas looks like the mice have been at it after multiple cups of spilled…

  3. Anonymous says:

    haven’t got lost yet using this. It hasn’t told …

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