What do you need to rent a car? We’ve got the answer

The number of people renting cars has gone down, according to a new study.

And not just the number of cars but the number renting them is going down.

The study, from the National Centre for Statistics and Analysis, analysed the rental patterns of more than 2,000 people in the UK.

What it found is that a bigger proportion of people are renting cars, rather than simply renting them out, than were before.

The researchers say they are surprised by this because in recent years, people are finding it harder to buy a car.

They say: “What is surprising is that renting cars is less common than it used to be.”

The authors of the study also say that the number, amount and type of cars being rented out is changing.

It’s a trend that they say will likely continue, with the number and type more and more being linked to factors like people’s income and where people live.

The biggest change, according the study, is the shift towards renting cars from a much smaller proportion of households renting out their homes to a larger proportion of renting out cars.

This, the authors say, is “increasing the risk of car theft”.

They say that this could be due to the increased awareness of car sharing services like Zipcar and Uber, which have sprung up in recent months.

The survey was carried out between November 1 and 31, with more than 600 people in London participating.

The number and size of the cars rented is also important.

It shows that the average number of vehicles owned by a household in England is more than a million.

There is also evidence that households have increased their use of shared cars in the past, and that this may have helped to increase the proportion of rented cars.

However, they said that while they did not find any statistically significant difference between renting a car from a family member and renting a shared car from someone else, it did show that more households were now renting out shared cars.

“These findings highlight the challenges faced by those who own and operate shared car services such as Zipcar, Uber and Airbnb, and the opportunities that are open to them in the future,” they wrote.

There is also a growing trend towards the renting of vehicles out rather than renting them in, according that study.

In 2016, for example, an average of 7.6% of all households were renting their vehicles out, while in 2017 that number rose to 10.1%.

But how much does it cost to rent out a car and where do you get the money?

The authors say that for most people, renting a vehicle from a relative is cheaper than renting it from a regular customer.

The average cost of renting a used car in the study was £13,400, compared to £23,800 for a new car.

In London, the average cost to lease a car was £27,400 compared to a standard council rate of £31,100.

But the authors note that for some people, the rent is not cheap.

For example, if you are in a low-income area, the cost of a vehicle can be significantly higher than renting from a normal customer.

If you rent a vehicle through a shared service, such as Uber or Zipcar or Airbnb, the drivers will charge a fee for the vehicle.

The cost of these fees can be much higher, however, depending on the distance travelled.

When you rent an Uber or Airbnb vehicle, the driver will also charge a monthly fee for this service, and a monthly rent will be deducted from the total amount you pay to the car, according a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

This is also the case for Zipcar drivers.

The Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) recently published a report which suggested that there was “no evidence that shared car drivers earn an income” in comparison to other types of car drivers.

However it also warned that the current system for making a living from cars may be a barrier to more people getting into the industry.

Some cities are taking the same approach, however.

The University of Kent is planning a new city-wide “car sharing levy” which will see users pay to park cars in their own yards and streets.

The levy will start from April 1, 2020, and will increase by £5 a year for each additional year of the levy, as the number that use the service increases.

The city of Bristol has also launched a similar scheme, and has seen a rise in the number driving with shared vehicles in the city.

What are some other reasons to rent?

It is not just people who are renting out a vehicle that may be taking advantage of this new business model.

“The new models, and how they’re being used, are a result of the changing nature of the rental market and the rise of shared vehicles, which offer consumers greater choice, more security and less environmental impacts,” the study concludes.

It says that in some cases, renting out vehicles is