Posted October 12, 2018 08:12:54When you’re looking to rent a new car, don’t expect a quick fix.
The average wait for a rental is about six weeks.
However, the wait for your rental car can be longer than that.
That’s because the rental car industry is in flux.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) estimates that the rental industry is at a new low.
NAR’s 2016 annual report, “The Future of Rentals in America,” shows that the industry has experienced a net loss of over 20,000 jobs in the past year.
While the number of rental jobs is small compared to the industry’s overall job losses, the industry remains at risk of losing more than 100,000 American jobs in 2020 alone.
In a new report from Realtor.com, we’ve taken a look at what you need to know about how the rental market is changing, and what it means for you.
The report highlights how a number of factors have contributed to this change, such as the rise of “futuristic” vehicles and the emergence of technology-based leasing platforms.
The key takeaway from the NAR report is that rental car companies are now in the midst of a new phase of transformation.
The rental car market is now a fully digital marketplace where consumers are able to rent cars and share a car with their friends and family.
This shift is making it easier for consumers to explore, choose and purchase a new vehicle.
But rental car owners and leasing companies are still in a relatively nascent stage of the rental ecosystem.
It’s unclear what the next step will be for the industry as it transitions to a new generation of technologies.
For example, in the near future, we expect to see more of the leasing companies become self-sustaining, meaning they can no longer make large profits from renting vehicles.
That will make it more difficult for these companies to retain and retain customers.
The industry’s future depends on what happens to the rental companies.
The companies will need to evolve to compete with new models of leasing and the growing number of companies that offer an array of vehicles, ranging from hybrid electric to luxury vehicles.
And with all of the advancements in vehicle technology, the need for rental car rental companies to remain viable will also increase.
In addition to the challenges facing the rental vehicle industry, the rental sector is also facing new regulations and taxes.
Many of these regulations are based on outdated economic models, which can cause rental car renters to pay higher fees than the average American.
For example, many states and cities impose annual rental tax on rental vehicles, and a growing number are considering introducing similar taxes.
The new federal rental tax law, the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) 2018 Rent-A-Car Tax, is set to take effect in 2021.
The law is intended to make it easier and more affordable for consumers and rental car manufacturers to lease their vehicles.
The NADA report shows that rental companies will face increased competition in this market and that rental vehicle rental taxes could be significant for these industries.
While the NAr report shows a major change in the rental-car landscape, the NARs report does not offer a comprehensive look at the rental economy, the economic effects of these changes, or how these industries can adapt to these changes.
This report focuses on the current rental-economy and rental-lease industry in the U.S. and what’s at stake in the future of the industry.
What are the key changes that are impacting the rental landscape?
A new model of rental car leasingThe rental industry has changed radically since the last time NAR reported its report.
For many years, rental car dealerships were largely owned and operated by companies like Hertz, Kia, and other big names in the industry like Ally, Ally Financial, and Home Depot.
They also operated independently of the national rental companies, which meant that the dealerships operated independently from their national dealers.
This arrangement was a major reason why these large dealerships could offer many of the same services and discounts that the national dealerships offered.
However the rental business model has changed in recent years.
Today, many rental car salespeople are on the cutting edge of technology and other innovations that make it possible for consumers on a tight budget to buy a car from a car dealership without having to pay hundreds of dollars for an appointment.
The technology that has become so popular is the sharing economy, and many of these car companies have become selfless in offering their customers the ability to lease cars from other car companies and receive a discount for their purchases.
However, many of today’s rental car buyers also need to take into account the costs associated with renting a car.
For instance, a rental car may be priced for a certain type of person or a certain distance from the rental center, and those costs will need be factored in as well.
In other words, rental companies may not be able to offer the same level of service as