It’s an old story that’s repeated so often in the car rental industry that I’m pretty sure it has its own subgenre.
And it’s not just people saying they’re buying a car just for the thrill of it, either.
A recent study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that the average new car rental company was charging drivers an average of $9,500 per month for the privilege of leasing their cars, and that’s before you get into the depreciation on the vehicles.
A car rental firm told me the average annual cost of owning a new vehicle is $14,000, and if you factor in the depreciation and insurance, the total cost of ownership in 2017 was just over $50,000.
That’s a hell of a lot of money.
I don’t think the average car rental or dealership would charge that much for a new lease, but it’s still pretty expensive.
That is to say, the typical new car purchase isn’t actually free.
The average rental is typically $2,500, and while that might seem like a lot, consider the cost of gas and insurance that would come along with buying a used car.
So while you’re at it, consider how much the average lease costs in the US.
If you’re an active driver who has to rent your car for work, you’ll probably be able to pay $5,000 a month on average for your lease.
If that sounds like a huge chunk of change to you, it’s because it is.
But if you’re renting your car to someone who is, well, just hanging around, you might not be able pay that much.
That would be assuming you had the flexibility to take the lease off at any time.
Even if you don’t, your lease can be used to pay for other things.
You could rent the car for a month for a week or two, and the cost would be about $1,000 or $2.50 a day depending on how much fuel you used.
Or, you could pay $10 a day for a year or more to rent a car for the entire length of your stay in the city.
A year might not seem like much, but imagine that for your entire life, you would rent a used Mercedes-Benz 300 SL.
That might be a little pricey.
If, on the other hand, you want to rent for an extended period, the annual cost for that would be a lot higher.
That could range from $2 to $5 million a year, depending on the length of time you want your car and how long you want it to last.
And if you rent for a long time, the amount you pay could go up even further.
A good comparison of how much a lease would cost in each situation is the monthly lease payments of your current car rental companies.
If your lease includes a year of payments, you’re going to end up paying more for a car rental than a typical new lease.
And while that may sound like a small difference, it can make a big difference in the long run.
You might even be able a bit more money over time.
The good news is that the rental industry is slowly but surely coming around to the idea that it should charge for its services.
And they’re working hard to make that happen.
In fact, several rental companies are offering car rental discounts to drivers that include the cost to lease your vehicle, so you’ll pay less over time and get a much better return.
The big problem is that car rental rates are still going up.
But the rental companies and the rental car industry are taking a step in the right direction, and are starting to realize that the long-term viability of their businesses is at stake.
What is car rental really worth?
If you’re a typical car rental person, you probably have a lot in common with most of the other car rental customers I’ve spoken to about the topic.
They’re probably looking to rent out a car and save money on fuel, they probably have to take a year off from work before they can do that, and they probably want a vehicle that they can park in a lot for a short period of time.
And yet, for some reason, the car rentals industry is paying a lot more for leasing than it is for selling a car.
The reason is simple: the rental market has become very competitive over the past few years.
The prices of gas have gone up, the depreciation has gone up and the average cost of leasing a car has gone down.
That has meant that car rentals have become less valuable.
If car rental prices were rising more quickly, there would be less demand for cars and fewer new cars being purchased.
But because rental prices have been rising more slowly, the rental vehicles industry has been able to retain a steady flow of cars.
The result is that most people renting cars are still paying a little bit more than the average owner for the same vehicle