Five New Game-Changing Automotive Technologies

RelayRides automotive expert Brad Iger shares some of his favorite new automotive technologies that will make your travels a whole lot better. Between undefeatable electronic nannies that put the kibosh on tire-smoking fun, big brother riding shotgun every time you turn the key, and fuel saving tech that makes you feel like your car is...
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Travel Insights: Top Travel Destinations for Chicagoans

RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod shares his latest travel insights on where are the best places for Chicagoans to travel.  Chicago is a fine city with a sophisticated yet unpretentious urban culture, great music festivals like the annual Pitchfork Music Festival and strong sports traditions with its 2013 Stanley Cup winning Blackhawks and its love-able but perennially underperforming...
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What California’s Regulation of Ridesharing Services Means

RelayRides members have asked how recent CPUC regulations on ridesharing have affected RelayRides, so blogger Sydney Jarod has pulled together this overview. In September, the California Public Utilities Commission voted 5-0 to pass the first set of regulations of larger framework which will provide the guidelines under which peer-to-peer ridesharing services like Lyft and Sidecar...
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The Frugal Car Owner: How to Replace Your Windshield Wipers

RelayRides automotive DIY expert, Brad Iger, shares his latest installment of the Frugal Car Owner with tips on how to change your own windshield wipers  As summer winds down and we begin our descent into the colder months, now is the time to start preparing your car for inclimate weather–instead of wishing you had while...
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The Most Popular Cars on RelayRides

RelayRides’ automotive expert, Brad Iger, shares the most popular cars on the marketplace as determined by the number of times renters “favorite’d” them. Enjoy! We’re told at a young age that life isn’t a popularity contest. And in an ideal world, perhaps that’s true. But –at least when it comes to cars for rent from...
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RelayRides’ Top-5 Spookiest Halloween Destinations

Just in time for Halloween, RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares some of the spookiest Halloween destinations to enjoy this year with RelayRides. Halloween Fun Relay Rides 2013 Want to have some fun this Halloween? Grab a car from RelayRides and see what the countryside has to offer this October 31. Sure, there are tons of...
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Five Reasons RelayRides Is Right for You

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell has pulled together a list on why you need to stop stalling and join RelayRides immediately. While tens-of-thousands are currently enjoying the benefits of the RelayRides marketplace, there are still many who are still on the fence about joining. For these folks, we pulled together some compelling evidence to join RelayRides...
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Introducing the Redesigned RelayRides Blog

RelayRides CEO, Andre Haddad, introduces the completely redesigned RelayRides Blog. I am really excited to introduce the newly redesigned RelayRides Blog. The redesign delivers many improvements: Posts are more visual and more easily scannable Posts are easy to share through social media and email Additionally, we have added a subscription feature that allows you to...
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Winners of the #RelayRides Endless Summer Contest

The entries have all been considered, and we have picked the winners of our first-ever #RelayRides Endless Summer Photo Contest. Check them out below. October has arrived, and with it we are proud to announce the winners of our #RelayRides Endless Summer Photo Contest. After reviewing so many amazing member photos of their Endless Summer...
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Long-Duration Rentals Fuel 3X Growth at RelayRides in 2013

RelayRides CEO, Andre Haddad, shares news about how 95% of RelayRides’ revenues comes from long-duration rentals and discontinuation of hourly rentals on the marketplace. I am excited to share with you an important update to the RelayRides marketplace. Over the past year, RelayRides has seen unprecedented growth, due in no small part to you. I...
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