RelayRides Partners with National Homeowners Association

RelayRides, an online car sharing service, partnered with the National Homeowners Association (NHOA) in order to enable community members to rent or list their cars for rent through the RelayRides marketplace.

The partnership was announced on the RelayRides blog on Feb. 25.

NHOA community members can benefit from the service by making a profit off their idle vehicles when they list their vehicle to rent. It also gives those without a vehicle access to affordable and convenient transportation.

Rental prices vary by car and locations, but rates start at $5 per hour, $25 per day and $125 per week.

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