Six Simple, Unconventional Ways to Make Extra Money

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares some simple, unconventional ways to make extra income to either replace, or supplement a traditional job In 2013, having a job is nice, but not having one isn’t nearly as bad as it used to be. The gig economy, where people don’t have a single 9 to 5 job, but...
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RelayRides: the Airbnb of Cars

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell talks about one of our favorite sharing economy companies, Airbnb, and discusses how RelayRides is the Airbnb of cars A recent article in Forbes magazine highlighted the rise of the sharing economy, calling it “unstoppable.” And one of the key companies highlighted in the piece was Airbnb, which is currently valued...
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RelayRides' Oscar Picks: Top Ten Movies for Car Lovers

RelayRides blogger and automotive buff, Brad Iger, shares some of his favorite movies for gearheads–a sort of Oscars for auto enthusiasts The Academy Awards are over, and while this year’s Oscar lineup did have movies like Skyfall in the mix, we can’t help but imagine that the list of nominees would be a little bit...
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RelayRides Partners with National Homeowners Association

We are happy to announce a partnership we launched today with the National Homeowners Association (NHOA) that will enable their community members to rent, or list their cars for rental through our marketplace. The NHOA is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to handling service negotiations and vendor relationships for HOAs, Community Associations (CAs) and homeowners...
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Boston Driving Tips

Driving in Boston can be a headache. So, RelayRides blogger and auto enthusiast, Brad Iger,shares some tips for driving safely and effectively in Boston We’ve previously given tips on driving in Los Angeles and New York City and thought RelayRiders in other cities might want some help around their own town as well. If you...
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Getting Your Vehicle Prepped for the RelayRides Marketplace

RelayRides blogger Brad Iger shares some member tips for getting your car ready to rent on the RelayRides marketplace (and making even more from your car) When you list your vehicle on the RelayRides marketplace, you get to dictate the terms and conditions of who can rent your vehicle and when. You also have the...
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What's Is the True Value of My Car?

RelayRides blogger Brad Iger explains how we measure the value of our vehicles in the wrong way and how to realize the true value of our cars with RelayRides When we make an investment in a house, or company’s stock, we expect the investment to not only repay us, but to appreciate and generate money...
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A Conversation with Shasta Venture's Rob Coneybeer

Rob Coneybeer, RelayRides investor and managing director at Shasta Ventures, spoke with Sydney Jarod about investing, transportation and renting out his car You’ve invested in a number of point-to-point transportation-related start-ups recently. What is it about point-to-point transportation that is so ripe for disruption? We think that point-to-point transportation is an area that really hasn’t...
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New York City Driving Tips

Driving in New York City can be nerve-wracking for locals and visitors alike. So, we’ve asked our auto expert, Brad Iger for driving tips for the Big Apple If you live in New York City, chances are you don’t own a car. Most of the time, you don’t need one, since public transportation is excellent...
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Driving Music: Top Jazz Albums

The right music can make any drive better. So, we asked jazz musician Richard Giddens to give us his picks for the best albums to listen to while on the road Great jazz can make a bad drive good, or a good drive transcendental. While many people today feel like jazz is difficult to access,...
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