Revolutionary Connected Car Device has the Power to Modernize Any Vehicle

CHICAGO, IL -- At the Chicago Auto Show, Rand McNally unveils OverDryve, a revolutionary connected-car device that brings advanced luxury-car features to mainstream automobiles. OverDryve™ is an elegant dashboard tablet that provides a combination of entertainment, information, navigation, and safety features. It makes an ordinary drive more engaging, enjoyable and safe – all for less than $400.

Designed with drivers in mind, OverDryve™ provides simple and intuitive access to:
•A voice-controlled smart assistant
•Hands-free calling and texting
•Music from drivers' favorite sources
•Audible news, weather, traffic and sports
•Forward collision warnings
•A dash camera and available high-resolution wireless backup camera
•Customizable gauge clusters and vehicle information
•Available tire pressure monitoring
•Award-winning trip planning and navigation
•An FM radio
•Wired and wireless connectivity to in-dash radios
•And available roadside assistance and accident notification

Everything about OverDryve was designed with the driver in mind. It features an elegant user display that provides access to key items at a glance. It comes with a clever, easy to install magnetic mount, making attaching and removing the device a snap. Keeping safety at the forefront, some OverDryve features are disabled while the device is on the mount and in driver mode. Off the mount – for passengers in the car or after the drive – OverDryve™ is a fully loaded entertainment tablet that can be used to watch movies, access social media, and check email.

Celebrating its 160th anniversary this year, Rand McNally has undergone a quiet transformation into a technology company in recent years. A major player in the commercial transportation markets – for 80 years – the company has leveraged its fast-growing telematics and fleet management expertise along with its award-winning commercial navigation to create a highly advanced, connected-car device that is affordable and can be used in any car or truck.

OverDryve is due in stores later this spring and is expected to retail at $399. Rand McNally is displaying the product at the Chicago Auto Show, Feb. 13-21, 2016, in the South Hall of McCormick Place.

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