The US car market is one of the most competitive in the world, and there are few airlines that can match it.
The US has an average rental price of $2,400 per month, compared to an average of $1,700 for UK, £1,800 for Australia and Spain, and around £1.40 for Japan.
The US car leasing market is the second-most competitive in Europe, and has been described as the biggest of all major markets.
In a recent report, travel agents and car rental companies predict that the US will overtake the UK and Australia in the coming years.
The report, called Car Rental Market 2013: Drivers, Experiences, Cost and Trends, predicts that the average cost of a car rental in the US is $2.8 million, compared with $2 million for the UK, $1.8 for Australia, and $1 for the Netherlands.
However, the report cautions that this price is just an estimate.
The cost of renting a car in the UK is still cheaper than the US, and car rentals in the Netherlands are considerably cheaper than in the USA.
In the UK the average rental fee for a car is £1 million, which is lower than in Australia, but higher than the Netherlands, which has the highest rental fee in Europe at £1m.
But, while it is cheaper in the United States, the US rental market in general has more competition.
Car rental companies say that in Europe and the US there is a lot of competition, but that in the rest of the world the rental market is relatively simple.
According to Car Rrentals, the average monthly rental cost in Europe is €1.3 million, while in the Americas the average is €3.5 million.
The biggest competitor is the US.
In Australia the average lease price is around €2 million, whereas in the European Union it is less than €1 million.
In Spain the average price for a European car rental is around £2.4 million, the Netherlands is about £1million and the UK about £950.
There are other factors that could impact the price of car rental.
In France, where the average rent price is €6 million, car rental services in the country charge around £200 per month.
In the US it is around $500 per month.
“The cost in the U.S. is a bit higher, especially compared to Europe,” said Peter Rood, director of the Car Rideshare Centre at the University of Leeds.
“If you are renting a rental car, you have to take care that you are in good condition, and you are getting the right price.”
However, Mr Rood added that in countries where the price is lower, people might be more inclined to book a rental vehicle if they have a good credit score.
“It’s probably not going to be as easy as the US because there are still a lot more people,” he said.
“However, if you can make a reservation with the best credit score, it’s probably worth it.”
In the United Kingdom, the number of car rentals is growing.
In 2012, there were around 3,500 cars available for lease.
However, in 2013 the number has risen to more than 10,000.
The market for rental vehicles is also growing.
Car rental company GTR said in a recent survey that it expects car rental sales to double in the next five years.
But it has been widely reported that the U, UK and US car rentals are experiencing a huge downturn.
In 2013, the UK was the only European country that did not have a car leasing boom.