Originally Posted by mtdawg
We use a Garmin RV 760. It has a large display and provides information on possible route problems based on the information you enter regarding your RV. So far it has served us well. It also comes with an optional backup camera which I own but have never taken out of the box. My current fiver has a camera. Anyone need a backup camera?
I don't rely on the Garmin for locating RV parks or camping friendly Walmarts, etc. I rely on Allstays for that.
That looks like a nice unit that does exactly what the op is asking.
"Large 7" high-resolution touchscreen display: 800 x 480 pixels; WVGA TFT color display with white backlight
Includes free lifetime map and traffic updates - Provides RV-specific services and vendors, repair shops, truck stops and a comprehensive list of nationwide repair and tow facilities (including those offering after-hours road service)
Specialized RV routing based on customizable restrictions including height, weight, width and length
Cautions and advisories include risk of grounding, lateral wind, narrow road, sharp curve, steep hill, tree overhand and state borders
Voice-activated navigation means RV 760LMT responds intelligently to your verbal commands. Just talk to it. Compatible with Garmin BC 20 wireless back up camera"
I might have to spring for one and give it a try.