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A new study has revealed that car rental companies are doing a better job of selling their services than ever before.
A study published in the journal Consumer Reports found that car rentals are more popular than ever in the United States.
According to the study, car rental operators increased their rental revenues by 6.4% last year, and the rental market has seen an 11.9% increase since 2015.
The report says that the number of car rentals has grown by about 300% in the last decade, which is a sign that there is demand for these services.
“The increase in rental demand for car rentals is primarily driven by increasing affordability and convenience, which are reflected in increasing rental prices and the trend toward increased car ownership,” the study stated.
For the first time, there is a growing number of renters who are able to find affordable car rentals in their areas.
If you are considering renting a car, you may want to consider renting it online.
To get a better idea of the industry, Consumer Reports conducted a survey of over 4,000 car rental agencies across the country.
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