A look at the latest rental cars in the Gulf region
As you’ve probably heard by now, a few years ago, the Gulf Coast rental car market was about to come to an end.
In 2016, however, things have changed dramatically.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, the number of rental cars on the market has jumped from 1,400 to more than 4,600, and rental prices have doubled in the past three years.
It’s no wonder, then, that the Gulf is now one of the hottest regions in the country, with rental cars topping the list of most expensive car purchases.
The Gulf has seen more than $3 trillion in property value increase since 2005, according to an analysis by the Miami Herald, which estimates that it will likely see more than that again this year.
The biggest beneficiaries of this boom are wealthy locals and the very wealthy who can afford to shell out the money to rent a car.
The median home value in the region is currently over $1 million, according the National Association of Realtors.
And this is not just the most expensive rental car in the U.S. in 2016, but in many other major cities in the Midwest, too.
But where do the rental cars come from?
In the Gulf, they’re mostly sourced from the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.
According the UH-1B, the main source of these cars in Florida is the Gulf Shipyard in Pensacola, where workers from around the world build some of the largest cruise ships in the world.
Other major Gulf suppliers include the Shipyards in Jacksonville and Port Saint Lucie, Fla., and the shipyard in the Pensacolis port of St. Lucie.
A more obscure supplier is the shipbuilder Pensacowns.
Pensacooker, founded in 1891, is a Florida-based company that builds and ships cruise ships and other large ships.
It has been the second largest shipbuilding company in the United States after General Dynamics.
But Pensacoods is a different story.
Its business model is to rent out cruise ships from around Europe to wealthy Americans who can pay them more than they would otherwise be able to pay for a new car.
They are the mainstay of the Gulf.
A typical Gulf rental car costs about $100,000 per year, according Realtor.com.
These people pay thousands of dollars to lease the car for months, even years, while their bank account balances increase.
The cars are then used to rent another car, which is then used by the same person.
The rental car is an expensive luxury in the heart of Florida.
But not everyone wants a rental car.
In some places, like St. Petersburg, Florida, the rental market is considered so expensive that people pay $25,000 for a car that they cannot use.
A few years back, a local entrepreneur started a company called “Rental Car Stolen” that provides services to people who are renters who want to get rid of their rental cars and instead lease them.
They use these cars to rent apartments, but also buy used cars and then lease them out to their friends and family for as little as $150 a month.
The company rents these cars for $25 a day, so there are always at least six cars on hand to rent, but if the owner wants to spend the rest of his or her life driving a rental vehicle, they can do so for just $3,000 a month or less.
These rentals can last as long as a decade, and they are typically cheaper than owning a new vehicle.
The owner of the St. Pete rental car company, who wished to remain anonymous, said that most of the customers he’s worked with over the years have agreed to rent them out for $3 to $4,000 each.
“They’re willing to pay as little or as much as they want to lease them,” he said.
He also said that the company’s main customer base is the wealthy, who rent out the cars because they want a better-than-average income for the rest.
According for example to a survey by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, the average annual rent for a Gulf rental is about $40,000, which, as you can imagine, does not include the expenses that people have to put up with when renting a car for the first time.
Renters can get a free inspection for their rental car by the dealership, and the rental car owner can get an inspection fee waived for first time rental buyers.
But what if you can’t afford to pay $40K for a rental?
Well, the dealership may charge a flat fee of $25 per rental, which the average Gulf rental price would be around $25K, according for example a recent report from The Atlantic Cities.
Renting a car can be expensive in Florida, but not all people are willing to make the investment.
According, a study by the Urban Land Institute, less than 10 percent of