Cars & Transportation
Many college students get by just fine without owning a car. If you’re studying abroad or in a major U.S. city with great public transportation and affordable carsharing, ridesharing and bikesharing options, you might not need a vehicle, especially since traffic congestion and parking restrictions often create big headaches for student car owners. Throwing a car into
The total number of bike-share bikes operating in the United States more than doubled in 2017, the most recent year for which reliable figures are available. And these programs are among the best options available to North American riders. Did your bike-share service make the list?
If you own an RV, you could be earning money renting it when you’re not using it. But although RV rentals can create a lucrative side income for owners, there are some risks involved. So, should you rent out your RV? Learn the pros and cons and how to go about doing it here.
Sign up for Uber using promo code uberMoneyCrashers to get $5 off your first ride. With a presence in more than 630 cities around the world, Uber is the world’s most popular ridesharing app. Like the Lyft app, it lets riders hail drivers electronically and compensate them for their services by credit card. The Uber app offers access
Not everyone can be a regular bike commuter. Some folks live too far from work, some have erratic schedules, some would have to traverse dangerous roads or brave adverse weather conditions, and others – including yours truly – work out of a home office. But even if you don’t bike to work, you can still bike