Why Audi is the best car rental company in Japan

Car rental companies are starting to see more customers returning from their summer vacations.

It has been a year since the Japanese stock market crashed.

This year, the Japanese government has also started to impose new regulations on rental companies, which are starting with a cap on rental rates.

The government has asked rental companies to limit the number of people they can rent cars from and to keep their rental cars clean and in good condition.

With this, it’s expected that rental car companies will be forced to raise prices on the market, especially in the summer.

One reason for this is that rental companies will have to invest in new technology to make cars better and more reliable, said Ryoji Nakamura, a research director at the Research Institute of Japan in Tokyo.

“But the main reason is that these rental companies have to increase their prices as a result of the government’s new regulations,” he told Bloomberg.

Nakamura also said that if rental companies do not increase rental rates in the coming year, car rental companies may have to cut back on the number and quality of their vehicles.

According to research firm Automotive Research Institute, the rental car industry is expected to be in the red for the first time in 15 years.

Rental car companies are currently operating at a loss of more than $2 billion, according to the Japan Automobile Dealers Association, according the Kyodo news agency.

A recent report by the Tokyo Economic Research Institute found that the rental market is expected hit by another recession, and that this could have a negative impact on the economy.

Despite the current recession, Japan’s rental market has seen a boom in the last three years, said Shigeru Yamaguchi, head of the research division at the Japan Society of Carpenters and Joiners.

Since the start of the global financial crisis, the number one concern for car rental industry is the global economy, and the Japanese car rental market continues to thrive,” he said.

In 2016, Japan was ranked the most car rental-friendly country in the world.

Yamaguchi added that rental cars can be used as a source of income for people who cannot afford to rent a car.