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When chef Jordan Andino, 27, was planning to open his first restaurant, 2nd City in the West Village, he made an unconventional business decision: He decided he would not accept cash. Having people [only] pay by card lets me manage my entire restaurant on my phone or i Pad,” Andino tells The Post.

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Meanwhile, another fast-casual chain, Eatsa, which just opened its first New York location in December, hasn’t taken dollars and cents from the start.

In all, there are millions of car rentals each year in New York.

Yet despite the fact that renting a car is a common experience, the transaction itself can be very confusing. Will my own car or homeowner’s insurance policies provide all the insurance coverage I need? Do the car rental companies have to provide minimum levels of insurance coverage even if I do not buy extra insurance from them? Can the car rental company charge me extra to have other people besides the renter drive the car? Can they refuse to rent a car to me if I am under 25 years old?If a car rental company is violating New York’s laws governing this business, I want to know about it so that my office can stop it.