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The United States is facing an aging car market, and the car rental industry is at the heart of the problem, according to a new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

The GAO found that there are more than 1.1 million car rental agencies nationwide, but only a few of them are regulated by state laws.

Agency regulation and licensing requirements vary widely by state, and car rental agency owners have few protections to protect themselves from liability and regulatory delays.

The GAO analyzed the financials of more than 2,000 car rental companies and found they have limited or no statutory or regulatory oversight and enforcement.

They are responsible for collecting a small fee for each rental car they sell.

Many car rental firms also charge a monthly fee for rental cars, but that fee is usually waived by the company and does not apply to most car rental rates.

The GAOA report also found that many car rental contracts are void if the company is closed or no longer exists.

The report found that more than 40 percent of car rental company contracts expired in the last five years.

The majority of car rentals are in the United States.

In some states, the companies are legally required to keep their cars in their fleet or provide them with the vehicles’ owners’ names and addresses, but those requirements vary by state.

The report recommends that car rental businesses should consider moving their business operations to a private company, or even create an agency, to protect the interests of their customers.

Some states are also looking to regulate the auto rental industry.

In Texas, for example, the State Banking and Finance Commission recently proposed rules to address how car rental operators are regulated.

“We’re concerned about car rental services that have become so prevalent, but are often unregulated and unregulated is not a good thing for consumers,” said Dan McFarland, an associate professor at the University of Texas-Austin School of Law.

Car rental agencies in California, Texas and elsewhere face restrictions and restrictions on the vehicles they can rent, as well as regulations and licensing from state regulators.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles regulates car rental drivers.

The agency also regulates rental car leasing companies.

The U.K. has banned car rental car companies, and in the U