What you need to know about the car rental boom

Car rental boom, or the car buying boom, is sweeping across the US, and many states are seeing more rental cars than ever.

The number of new cars rented has been on the rise since 2009.

The rental boom has been driven by a growing number of millennials, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

They’re buying more vehicles, with a higher share of millennials buying cars than the overall population.

A lot of the new cars being rented are older, more expensive vehicles.

According to the data from the Federal Trade Commission, the median age of a rental car is 33 years old.

And it’s growing at an alarming rate.

The average price of a car rental in the United States was $21,200 last year.

And rental car sales are up 17% from the same time last year, according a new report from the National Association of Realtors.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has also been tracking rental car trends in the US.

In 2016, they found that rental car ownership has surpassed that of the general population.

They’ve found that people of color are more likely to rent a rental vehicle than their white counterparts.

Car rental rates have skyrocketed in cities and suburbs, as the recession has pushed millions of people into low-wage jobs.

But some experts say the rise of rental car rental is not just happening in America.

“The rental car boom in the past couple years has been more about the economic recovery and the housing market stabilization that occurred during the financial crisis,” said Ben Kallo, CEO of Kallo Consulting, a transportation research and consulting firm.

“There’s also been an increase in vehicle purchases.

There’s also a decrease in car rentals.”

There are more than 1 million new car rentals in the country.

They account for a quarter of all rental car purchases, according the Federal Aviation Administration.

The majority of the rental cars are rented by people who don’t own them.

The biggest demand for rental cars is in the Northeast and Midwest.

The area with the most rental car demand is in Los Angeles, according data from Zillow.

In 2018, the average rental car price was $30,500.

Rental car prices have dropped in some areas, but they’re still high in other parts of the country, including New York City and San Francisco.

For example, the rental car prices in San Francisco are up more than 30% from a year ago, while rental car rates in New York are down more than 50%.

What is a rental?

A rental is a car that is rented to a customer, and the car has a certain number of days of service before the lease expires.

Rentals are typically used for short trips.

Are car rental companies good?

They may not be, but if they are, you should get to know them.

They have good credit scores and will give you a car, if it’s available, that meets your needs, and if it can fit in the car’s garage.

Renting car companies often give you information about what you need, like your mileage and the type of vehicle.

But if they don’t give you that, that’s OK.

What are the major differences between car rental and car buying?

There are a lot of different rental car companies.

Some of them are more expensive, while others are cheaper, depending on the car.

Some are good, and some are bad.

Some companies will charge a lot, while other companies are cheap.

Some may have multiple carpooling options, and others may have one carpool or several.

But many of the companies you’ll find are good.

For rental cars, the best thing is to go to a reputable car rental company.

If you can’t find a car you like, or you don’t want to rent one, there are plenty of other ways to rent cars, such as in-home rentals.

These are also more affordable, but have less amenities.

But these are usually not for everyday use, but for special events, or for a family member.

And many of these companies will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., depending on their location.

They also have some great deals on leasing, depending where you live.