Amazing Fall Car Recommendations on the RelayRides Marketplace

RelayRides’ automotive authority Brad Iger shares his favorite cars on the RelayRides marketplace for the perfect fall drive Part of the fun in participating the RelayRides marketplace is the opportunity to drive a wide variety of interesting vehicles you might not have a chance to get behind the wheel of otherwise. And unlike traditional car...
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America’s Best Cities for Driving

In our newest post RelayRides blogger Brad Iger has picked his favorite cities for driving, but don’t just take Brad’s word for it. Rent a RelayRides car in any of these places and experience it for yourself While America may not have been built on cars, we’ve certainly developed into a car-loving culture. The American...
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Six Reasons You Need to Join RelayRides

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares some great reasons why you should join the RelayRides peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace You’re traveling and you need a car. Get ready for big time sticker shock. In cities like New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, you’re going to pay a pretty penny to hire a...
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The Growth of the Sharing Economy

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares his thoughts on the new economic model that is moving beyond just high-tech early adopter markets and is going global The sharing economy was once restricted to a few early adopter cities and forward-thinking individuals, but now in 2012, it’s a bona fide movement. No longer just in big, hip,...
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Prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse with Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing

After our NYC Halloween tips post for New Yorkers, we couldn’t leave the Second City hanging. RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod helps Chicagoans prepare for the imminent Zombie Apocalypse this Halloween with some great survival training trips. Chicagoans, the zombie apocalypse is upon us, and no city is safe. But have no fear. RelayRides has developed...
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The Great American Suburban Exodus

RelayRides blogger, Nicholas Pell, discusses the decline of suburbia and related trends. In a major reversal of previous demographic trends, Americans are leaving the suburbs and moving to the cities. Whereas the Baby Boomer generation fled the city and retreated to exurbs and suburbs, their kids and grandkids are moving back to the city. This...
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Technologies Bound for Your Car

In the second part of his automotive technology update, RelayRides blogger, Bradley Iger, shares more industry updates. The year is 1971, and a perfect storm is beginning to engulf the auto industry. After a long period of relative prosperity and innovation outpacing legislation, the other shoe has finally dropped. A flailing economy, government regulations, successful...
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Eight Technologies Bound For Your Next Ride

RelayRides resident automotive expert, Bradley Iger, shares his thoughts on tech trends bound for cars in the near-future. In the world of automobiles, the times they are a-changin’, and as the pioneering force in peer-to-peer car sharing, this certainly isn’t news to us. As the auto industry continues to find its footing after the global...
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Maintenance Tips: Five Dirt Cheap Ways to Keep Your Car on the Road

RelayRides blogger and automotive know-it-all Bradley Iger shares some simple, cheap ways to maintain your vehicle… and keeping it printing cash for you on the RelayRides marketplace. For many us, car maintenance is seen as a costly, inevitable expense that we avoid like the plague when at all possible; an arcane task performed by modern-day...
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