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GET THAT VACATION IN BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS.
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Like, to be totally honest here, we’ll probably sign you up to our email list after that (though you can unsubscribe at at point, if you’re just not feeling it?).
In general, though, it’s awesome (trust us on this one! also, we don’t have time to email you with junk).
Before there was Uber and Lyft… there was Zipcar. This is so old school, that not only it dates before pre-pandemic times, it dates before Travis Kalanick. Freakin’ ancient.1
Hot off the heels of Lyft, Uber has launched a “subscription” pass called Ride Pass. It differs a little bit from Lyft’s model in that it’s a subscription for discounts, not rides.
Urban city dwellers! Lyft recently unveiled a national monthly subscription pass that allows riders to take up 30 rides in a single month for $299.
It’s not just for airfare: thebestvpn recently took an in-depth look about how much more travelers can expect to save on car rentals and hotels by using a VPN.
Sometimes business class plane tickets are cheaper than economy class tickets, and sometimes weekly car rentals are cheaper than renting it for less the week.
Buried under the news of Travis Kalanick’s dethroning, Uber has announced the (official) capability to order rides for others.
Does being taken around in zigzags sound familiar?
Low gas prices got you itching for a road trip this summer? Well, now there are two reasons to fill the tank and go — because Lonely Planet just released their annual Best in the U.S. list for 2016. Here are this year’s winners, in order:
The fuel gauge is a driver’s best friend as long it receives adequate attention.