5 Surprising Ways to Pay for Childcare

Having trouble paying for childcare? RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares some unusual ways to manage the costs of taking care of youngsters. If you have children or are planning for one soon, then you probably know the usual choices for childcare: have one parent stay home with the child, drop the child off to...
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Airport Car Rentals Don’t Have to Suck

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares why renting a car at an airport is no longer a hassle because of the value and convenience of peer-to-peer car rentals. We’ve all been there. It is 9:45pm. Your flight just landed two hours late. After waiting at the gate, waiting on the plane, and sitting on the runway...
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Booking Rentals on RelayRides Just Got Easier

RelayRides CEO, Andre Haddad, shares how renting cars has become a whole lot easier for owners and renters. When our community provides us with feedback, we pop the hood and start turning wrenches on our marketplace. That’s why I’m excited to announce that we have listened to our community and are once again introducing significant...
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Save on Your Taxes with Auto Tax Deductions and RelayRides

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg explores methods to save money on your taxes by deducting auto expenses as a RelayRides car owner*. *But to be clear, this is NOT tax advice. Seriously, NOT tax advice. Please consult a professional for your personal tax situation. One of the biggest benefits of using RelayRides as an owner is...
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4 Ways to Make Extra Cash in College

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman explains how to finance your education easily with these great tips. I had a lot of “odd jobs” in college. The most normal one was my federal work study job as a library desk assistant at $5.15 per hour. Then on Saturdays, I would pick up a group of Amish people...
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Member Profile: Justin Sakofs in Chicago

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg caught up with member Justin Sakofs, who rents out his second car every weekend to earn a little extra income for his Chicago area family. When I caught up with Justin, he was doing the things that the average American family does on a typical Wednesday evening. He had spent the...
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Unconventional Ways to Recover from a Financial Emergency

Financial emergencies strike unexpectedly. Be prepared and ready to bounce back from fiscal crises with these tips from RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg. It is 6:15am on Monday morning. You just rolled out of bed. You stumble across your room and make your way to the shower to start your day. You turn on the water,...
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A Brief History of an Iconic Sports Car: The Porsche 911

RelayRides blogger Trent Fletcher shares a brief history of the iconic Porsche 911 as well as info on how you can get behind the wheel of one today. With RelayRides, you have a unique opportunity to drive a vast array of different vehicles at a moments notice. It’s one of the few sources in which...
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How to Negotiate With a Car Salesman

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg has advice for dealing with one of life’s greatest challenges: negotiating with a car salesman. We all have an image of a used car salesman in our head. Picture it: a sleazy guy with a moustache in a plaid sport coat standing under a giant inflatable gorilla trying to peddle a...
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History of the Hot Hatch

For the Hot Hatch 50th anniversary, Trent Fletcher, RelayRides blogger and automotive expert, shares the history of this globally beloved car. In the 1960s, American car manufacturers started putting powerful engines into their base-model cars and, starting with the Pontiac GTO in 1964, invented the muscle car.  These cars offered high-performance without a high price...
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