A few days after the Oklahoma City explosion, I checked out a car reservation on a car-rental website, and I found the owner of the car in the city with the largest car rental vacancy.
A little further down, I saw a car on the street that was the same price, and it was priced at $1,500.
I was able to confirm that the car was not in the rental business, but the owner told me that the rental car had been sold and was being rented for $1 a day.
It was an odd situation.
After the Oklahoma explosion, car rental websites were flooded with ads for rental cars, and some even posted the owners’ addresses.
This has happened many times in the past, and now, a lot of people are looking for rentals.
Oklahoma City Mayor Steve Stivers says that the city’s car rental system has been working well for years.
The problem, he says, is that people aren’t going to come to the city for the rental.
Oklahomans for Rent says that they’re seeing a steady increase in car rental vacancies.
They say that the average vacancy rate in Oklahoma is 5.7 percent, with an average of 9.8 percent for a rental car.
That number is only an estimate, though.
There are no official statistics on car rentals in Oklahoma, but Stivers said that they know of at least 20,000 car rentals that are not actually being used in Oklahoma.
For most Oklahoman families, car rentals are the last thing on their list of needs.
Stivers acknowledges that some families are forced to drive for work, but he says that those families are mostly not interested in renting.
According to a recent study by the National Association of Realtors, there are 2.5 million people living in Oklahoma without a car.
But many people think that their lack of mobility is a sign of economic weakness, and they blame car rental companies for making them feel that way.
“We’re trying to make our families more economically viable, and that’s what they’re doing, to make the whole business,” said David Miller, an Oklahoma City-based real estate agent.
Miller and his wife, Ann, have two daughters in college, and he said that he has to make sure that they have a car in case they need it.
The Oklahoma City police have been cracking down on car rental sites.
One of the things that they are doing is going after the owners of the websites.
They have issued fines and shut down the websites for several days.
According a spokesperson for the Oklahoma Department of Licensing and Regulation, the website operators were asked to stop selling cars on Wednesday.
The spokesperson also said that the websites were subject to “substantial” enforcement actions and could face further fines.
Okaloosa County District Attorney Gary L. McBride said that this type of activity has become a national problem.
“I’m just really concerned that some people who have been paying for a car have now found out that they don’t need one anymore,” he said.
The police department in Oklahoma has been investigating the websites, and the city is planning to shut down all rental cars in the area.
They are also investigating whether or not a similar situation has happened elsewhere.