5 DIY Repairs to Your Car

Auto maintenance is intimidating at first, but there are some easy repairs you can do yourself. RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg offers ideas to get you started. Nobody likes taking their car to the shop. There is a lot of waiting and a ton of money involved. I used to call the local Volvo shop the...
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How to Manage Your Extra Cash Earned on RelayRides

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares how to manage all the side income you’re making as a vehicle owner.  So you’ve dipped your feet into the RelayRides’ income pool and those payments into your checking account keep getting bigger. Or perhaps you’re already sporting your own micro-fleet of vehicles with earnings of between $500 and $1,500/month. Either...
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5 Steps to Financially Prepare for Your Baby

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman talks about financial preparation that can help you ease into parenthood.  Baby is on the way. Or perhaps you’re just in the planning phases of when you’d like to add a new bundle of joy into your household. Along with the baby comes lots of questions, decisions and changes. For example, there’s...
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7 Car Camping Essentials

Camping is a great summer activity. Blogger and Eagle Scout Eric Rosenberg brings you these car camping essentials for your next campout. Summertime. A wonderful time of the year. We can get out and enjoy the sunshine, outdoor concerts, riding our bikes, and going camping. Camping is an amazing way to take advantage of the...
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5 Analytics Insights to Boost Your RelayRides Revenue

Want to learn how to maximize your RelayRides income? Claire Lebarz from the RelayRides analytics team shares data insights to help you earn more. While the average owner makes around $250 per month listing their car on RelayRides, there are owners who make $500, $1,000, or more each month. The RelayRides data insights team is...
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Our Top-5 Travel Blogs for 2015

RelayRides blogger Melanie Lieberman indulges in a little wanderlust with these five favorite travel blogs from writers around the world. If you don’t regularly read a travel blog, now is the time to start. Our favorite writers and photographers traverse the globe when we can’t and give us fodder for daydreams, and practical tips for making...
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Summer Camps the Whole Family Will Love

RelayRides blogger Melanie Lieberman explores hassle-free camps for kids and parents that make it easy to have an all-American summer vacation. For years—at least as long as my primary education spanned—my summer vacations were occupied by stints at various day camps. My mother would pack up my L.L. Bean backpack (and coordinating lunchbox) and ship...
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How One Member Manages a Micro-Fleet

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman interviews micro-fleet Manager Julian Ross about adding a new revenue stream to his rental car company. Julian Ross was hired with Sensible Car Rental, a local San Diego car rental business, in October 2013. By slowly acclimating himself with the business as a front desk agent, he was promoted to...
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5 Tips to Make Money Doing What You Love

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares 5 financial moves you need to take to make money doing what you love without going bankrupt.  Do you know what the difference is between people who dream about making money doing what they love, and people who actually do so? Financial preparation. I may be biased, as I’m a personal...
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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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