Rand McNally this week released the new edition of its printed Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas, a staple in many a truck driver's cab.
Designed for professional truck drivers, the Motor Carriers' Road Atlas has been part of the trucking industry for more than 40 years. Each edition includes updated state and national truck-accessible roadways, the latest state-by-state regulations, fuel tax charts, restricted routes and more.
The new edition, which comes in paperback as well as a spiral-bound version with write-on/wipe-off laminated pages, is available at travel centers, in bookstores, on e-commerce sites, and on the Rand McNally store.
“The Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas has been a trusted tool for professional drivers for decades,” said Aaron Dannenbring, CEO of Rand McNally. “In addition to focusing on electronics and vehicle technology, Rand McNally will continue to research, update, and publish this valuable staple."
Each year, Rand McNally updates and enhances the atlas’ maps and contents. Key updates this year include:
- Amended U.S. highway route numbers and highway bypasses updated based on results from a recent meeting of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
- The inclusion of mileage-based exit numbers in Connecticut (Routes 9, 11, 17, and 72) and along the Hutchinson River Parkway in New York
- The extension of the Southern Parkway (UT-7) in southwestern Utah near St. George
- The addition of I-49 (Bella Vista bypass), which connects the interstate between Missouri and Arkansas
- Revised restricted routes, low-clearance-bridge and weigh station locations
- An updated fuel tax chart, as well as revised state and province information including weight and size limitations, registration guidelines, and phone numbers and websites for state police and operating authorities
- An updated review of Hazardous Materials regulations
More information about these atlases, as well as a large-print version that contains maps that are 37% larger, is available via this link.