Celebrating Earth Day

Monday is the 43rd annual Earth Day, a celebration of the planet and a call to arms for more Earth-friendly policies and lifestyles. United States Senator Gaylord Nelson is the “father” of Earth Day, the man who founded it as a teach-in about the environment back in 1970. Earth Day was largely an American phenomenon...
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Reducing the Cost/Burden of Living in a City with a Car

Living in a city is expensive enough without even considering costs related to owning a car. Blogger Brad Iger shares how to manage car costs in the big city Owning a vehicle and living in a metropolitan area can be a trying and costly proposition. Traffic, finding parking, parking tickets, theft, vandalism, accidental damage by...
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RelayRides' Top 5 2013 Music Festivals

Warm weather means that music festival season is here. RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares some of his picks and how to get there It’s almost summer time. That means BBQs on hot days. It means the crack of the bat and sliding into home plate. And, let’s not forget, it also means summer time music...
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Rental Cars Versus RelayRides

As the weather warms up, so too do rental car prices. RelayRides blogger Brad Iger shares how RelayRides cars prices don’t fluctuate with warm weather, or tourists When it comes to renting a vehicle for a vacation, business trip, or weekend out of town, you have a number of different options, and choosing to go...
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Trip Planner: Changes to Golden Gate Bridge Tolls

If you’re planning a trip in the San Francisco Bay Area, be aware of a major change to the toll system at the Golden Gate Bridge that may affect your trip Almost a year after its grand 75th birthday party, the Golden Gate Bridge marked another hallmark – the transition from a cash toll system...
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Offsetting Long-Term Vehicle Maintenance Costs

RelayRides blogger and automotive expert, Brad Iger, shares some of the longer-term maintenance costs you’ll encounter as a car owner and how to avoid them Car ownership can be a costly endeavor, and it often doesn’t get any cheaper as time goes on. As your vehicle racks up the miles, you’ll have to address the...
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RelayRides Offers Suze Orman Fans a New Income Strategy

Suze Orman fans already know to save an emergency fund, but where can they find the cash? RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod shares interesting sources of revenue Whether you got hooked on Suze Orman’s 2007 bestseller “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke” or any of her more recent books, you might think you’ve...
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5 Classic Automotive Movies Reimagined for 2013

RelayRides blogger and auto enthusiast, Brad Iger, shares his thoughts about what classic automotive movies would look like if they were made today In the mid-twentieth century, cars were king. Youth culture centered around the automobile, and car manufacturers would eventually cater to this need for speed by introducing muscle cars – inexpensive, low option...
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Watch Opening Day Baseball with RelayRides

If you’re like us, it really isn’t spring until baseball starts again. With Opening Day here, check out Sydney Jarod’s recommendations for watching the action Play Ball! Baseball season started yesterday, March 31st, when the Texas Rangers were beaten by the Houston Astros in their first game as members of the American League. The remaining...
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