How Trump’s executive order will affect car rental companies
President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order requiring car rental businesses to hire Americans is expected to affect thousands of rental companies across the country, a study released Monday said.
The study, commissioned by CarRental, found that the executive order would be “a significant change in the industry’s landscape and likely affect rental companies that have been the backbone of the American rental market for decades,” according to the analysis by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, a local nonprofit advocacy group.
In addition, the study found that most of the rental companies would likely shut down.
“The impact will be felt by all types of rental businesses that rely on the industry for revenue,” said the study, which is based on data from rental companies and from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The study also found that about half of the companies surveyed would shutter, while the rest would be able to survive.
There are some key differences between the two models of the study.
The study found more than 1,400 rental companies, including many large rental chains, that do not currently have employees.
It found that CarRentals study was based on a sample of rental company representatives from its member rental companies.
But the study was limited to just those companies that are member-owned and operated by at least 10 members.
That means, for example, only a few car rental agencies in Florida have employees, and the majority of them are owned and operated through an individual owner.
The researchers said that Car Rental’s study is a good model for examining how the executive action would affect car rentals in the future, but it’s not conclusive because it relies on limited data.
The executive order was a “potential win” for the industry, but there are other factors that may affect the rental industry, according to Michael Smith, a professor of business administration at the University of Southern California.
“The question is, will the Trump administration really be able and willing to implement that,” he said.
“It’s certainly possible, and there are many different ways that the administration could be able, or willing to be able … to do that.”
The study said that about two-thirds of the states where rental companies are not owned and/or operated by individuals, as well as about 40% of those states that are currently majority-owned, have car rental laws that do allow for the employment of Americans, including workers who are currently employed in the car rental industry.
The report also found the number of car rental employees in each state increased by 8% during the Trump presidency, from 5.4% in January 2019 to 5.9% in March 2019.
The number of people who were employed in a car rental business during the same time frame fell by 9%.
The study found the average annual wage of car rentals increased by about 8% from 2019 to 2020, from $21,000 to $22,000.
In states that have legalized or decriminalized marijuana, the wage increased by 14%, from $22 per hour to $25 per hour.
The report also said that the median wage for a car-rental employee increased by 6.3% between the same two time periods.
Car rental companies rely on a wide range of different methods to pay employees.
Many companies hire a small number of temporary workers to help with staffing and other logistical tasks, which makes it difficult for many companies to provide full-time employees with affordable health insurance.
The most common method of paying employees is through their state’s income tax code.
Most states have a set of rules about how to calculate their state tax liability for employees’ salaries.
But other states may have different rules.
The number of workers in the rental business decreased from 2019 through 2020 by about 6% in Alaska, 8% in Florida, 7% in Hawaii, 5% in Illinois, 4% in Louisiana and 2% in Nebraska.
The research also found Car R.L. is seeing a decline in sales as people move from renting to driving.
Smith said the Trump White House could make changes to the tax code to allow for more Americans to work in the automobile industry.
But, he said, the industry has a lot of advantages, including being a relatively low-cost, low-wage industry.
“I think it’s going to be very difficult to really change the tax codes that are already there to encourage a more competitive rental market,” he added.