How much a car will cost in Australia will depend on where you live.
Rental prices in Australia can vary from $10,000 in Melbourne to $200,000 across the country.
Read more about the rental industry here.
While it may seem that rental prices have gone up, they have actually gone down in recent years.
A study conducted by Insurance Australia shows that rental costs in the past year have gone down from a peak of $18,000 to $13,000.
The study also found that people renting cars are spending more on petrol and maintenance.
Renters in Australia also make up an estimated 4.6% of all Australians, up from 4.2% in 2016.
There are a number of reasons why rental prices are rising in Australia, including a rising cost of living, the recession and higher inflation.
A survey of rental properties in Queensland revealed that the average rental price in Brisbane had increased from $3,000 five years ago to $7,000 this year.
While there are still plenty of reasons to consider renting a car in Australia as a luxury option, it’s important to remember that renting a vehicle is a very expensive proposition, as there are a range of costs associated with owning a car.
In Queensland, a new car rental scheme is expected to be rolled out over the next few months.
The program will offer a range for people renting a rental car, including the cost of fuel, maintenance, insurance and repairs.
While the number of people who are using rental car companies is still very low, the rental sector is experiencing a boom in the last year.