Top-Earning Owners of Vehicles in Peer-to-Peer Marketplace Devising Ways to Make Even More Money on RelayRides

RelayRides blogger Nicholas Pell shares the story of two members who are taking renting out their idle cars to the next level…and making a lot of extra money in the process. Since 2010, RelayRides’ peer-to-peer carsharing marketplace has enabled car owners to make a decent amount of cash renting out their idle vehicles—the average owner...
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The Auto Industry Embraces Its Own Disruption

By: Shelby Clark, Founder and Chief Community Officer, RelayRides. Follow him at @shelbyclark This article was first published on the Harvard Business Review blog. In a flashback to our days on the playground, a growing number of consumers are embracing the idea of sharing. People are sharing everything from apartments to designer dresses, and the...
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An Inflection Point, A Division of Labor, and A Strong Charge Ahead

Wow. We’ve come a long way in the past two and a half years since I first came up with the idea for RelayRides. We spent the first year and a half working behind the scenes building out the infrastructure for RelayRides: the technology, insurance, and team. We officially became the world’s first neighbor-to-neighbor carsharing...
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RelayRides Comes to San Francisco

Well hello there, San Francisco! It’s been a crazy few months, but I can now proudly say that RelayRides is live and revvin’ to go in the Bay Area. As you can see in my previous posts, we think neighbor-to-neighbor carsharing is a fantastic way to strengthen our communities, all while better utilizing assets and...
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Why the Time Is Right for Peer-to-Peer Carsharing

Here at RelayRides, it’s pretty obvious that we’re passionate about peer-to-peer carsharing. But it would be hard to run a company if we thought we were the only people in the world who would be interested in our concept. We need a healthy user-base of car owners, and even more car borrowers, to succeed. Fortunately,...
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