How much do you pay to rent a car in Cincinnati?

Car rental companies are a major player in the Cincinnati market, but they’re not all that profitable.

Car rental company CarRentalCincinnati says it made $14.4 million in profits in the first quarter of 2018, which puts the company in the top 10 percent of the industry.

That puts the Cincinnati area’s median household income at about $62,000 per year, according to the American Community Survey.

That’s lower than the national average of $65,000, and that’s because of low car rental rates in Cincinnati.

While car rentals are still cheaper than renting a car outright, the city has had a long history of struggling with rental prices.

In 2015, the average rental cost in Cincinnati was $1,636 per month, which is $500 less than the average cost in Atlanta, according the Census Bureau.

That was due to several factors, including a lack of affordable car insurance, and a lack, according a spokesperson for the company, of an efficient and accessible car rental system.

Cars are available for hire at all of the city’s major car rental companies, but the majority of those cars are leased to individuals.

The company said that in the second quarter of this year, it had about 500 cars available for rental.

A recent study found that a majority of the cars rented by CarRentalsCincinnati were leased to people who had less than $25,000 in disposable income.

The average rental rate for the second-quarter was $2,073 per month for a car rental.

However, that doesn’t mean that the car rental industry is booming.

CarRtCincinnati reported that in-person car rental was up only 9.5 percent in the quarter, compared to the year before.

The decrease is primarily due to a decrease in in-home car rental car rates, which are often $1 per minute.

The city also reported that the number of drivers has declined, from 4.7 million in the same quarter last year to 4.5 million in 2018.

That is due to the drop in car rental businesses closing, and the fact that many businesses are struggling to stay open, according CarR RentalsCincinnatian.

There are still more than 1,800 car rental properties in the city, and according to data from the city and the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, a majority are owned by the owner of the company or company affiliates.

The car rental company reported that, of the 675,000 people who have rented cars in Cincinnati, about 75,000 are residents of the county.

That means about one-third of the residents of Cincinnati have car rentals.

If Cincinnati was in the Top 10 percent in terms of income and the city had the lowest income in the nation, the median household would earn $61,965, according data from Census Bureau, and $62.10 in monthly household income.

This means that the average Cincinnati household would have an annual income of about $69,200.