The American Guide to Canadian Travel

Have you ever wanted to take a drive into Canada but don’t know where to start? Travel expert Eric Rosenberg gives you top spots to visit. Canada is the second largest country in the world, and offers natural beauty, cosmopolitan cities, European style urban centers, and much more all within a few hours of the...
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Rent These 7 Hybrids and EVs This Summer

Do you want to save money on gas while saving the environment? Blogger Eric Rosenberg offers EV and hybrid rental options for your next trip. Hybrids and electric vehicles are gaining popularity, and for good reason. Quality continues to improve and gas prices remain high around the country. If you want to save money and...
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6 Music Festivals Worth Driving To

Late summer festivals are best reached by car. Rent your ideal car from RelayRides to get there, and maybe even spend the night. Bass thumping dance beats. Twangy bluegrass. Eclectic indie soul rock. Crusty political punk rock. Whatever your musical inclination may be, there’s likely a large group of people gathering this summer to celebrate...
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Top 7 Convertibles on RelayRides

Do you love driving with the top down? Blogger Eric Rosenberg searched RelayRides to find 7 top convertibles for your next trip. Nothing is more fun than dropping the top on a convertible and cruising around on a warm summer day. At RelayRides, we have tons of convertibles to choose from. Whether your next vacation...
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How One Member Ditched His Car

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman interviews renter-enthusiast Ryan Ditch about the time and money he’s saved renting stylish rides through RelayRides. Ryan Ditch, a self-spun “mover and shaker” DJ who goes by RION, has been able to ditch his car since joining the ranks of RelayRides renters. A friend of Ryan’s recommended RelayRides to him...
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Set Prices by the Day and Boost Your Business

Owners can now scale their pricing to seasonal fluctuations in demand. RelayRides owners can set their prices on a day-by-day basis to maximize their earnings. Your pricing can be tailored to capitalize on the ebbs and flows of demand. Why set my prices by the day? Bookings may drop in February, and lower prices can...
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City Guide: Denver

Whether you’re strapping on skis or elbowing up to the bar at one of the city’s craft breweries, travel writer Melanie Lieberman highlights the must-make sights and tastes in Denver. Colorado is home to an impossibly seamless blend of metropolitan vigor, eco-friendly consciousness, and high-octane sports enthusiasm. On my last trip to the country’s greenest...
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5 Car Features that Fit Your Lifestyle

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows the cars we’ve with the kind of features that complement your lifestyle. Do you consider yourself to be living an active lifestyle? We’re not talking training for a summit to Mt. Everest (though if you are, bravo!). But rather someone who takes those weekend ski trips you enjoy so...
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Pro Tips: Backcountry Camping

Travel writer Melanie Lieberman spoke with outdoorsman Dave Dicerbo, of Destination Backcountry Adventures, for tips and tricks to getting your hike on. It’s officially summer: long, warm days, half-day Fridays, and city dwellers from New York to Los Angeles are suddenly experiencing a renewed interest in nature. If you, like me, love the idea of...
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Save Big with These 5 Alternative Wedding Ideas

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares 5 alternative wedding ideas that will save you big on one of the most expensive (and precious) days of your life. There are definitely ways to shave money off your big day even if you’re having a traditional wedding (I’ve shown you in the past how to save $5,000 without...
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