The number of rental cars on the road has hit major cities across the U.S., and the shortage is impacting rental car companies and drivers, as well as the rental car industry.

The Washington Post reported on Thursday that more than a third of the 1.4 million rental cars currently on the roads are in major metropolitan areas, including New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago.

The shortage comes at a time when carmakers are trying to lure renters. “

It’s been a real hit to the industry.”

The shortage comes at a time when carmakers are trying to lure renters.

The National Association of Realtors says the rental industry has experienced a 17% jump in the number of customers over the past year, as people try to get a leg up on competition from Uber and other ride-hailing services.

The rental car boom in recent years has also caused a huge shift in rental car prices, with a surge in luxury vehicles like the Porsche 911 and Mercedes-Benz SLR Le Mans.

The number and type of vehicles available to rent has also expanded dramatically, from two-seat luxury vehicles, such as the Bentley Continental GT, and four-seater models such as BMWs, Mercedes-Benzes, and Mercedes G-Class, to the brand new Range Rover Discovery and Lexus RX400.

“Rentals have been a big driver of the rental market in recent times, so it’s a real shame to see that trend continue to wane,” said Jason Dolan, president of the RentCar Federation.

Many renters are taking advantage of the surge in the rental rental car market, and some have even bought their own vehicles to help pay the bills.

The average cost of renting a rental car in the U, according to Rent.com, is $10,955.

In contrast, the average price for a car in New York, Los Angelas, San Diego and Miami is $17,600, according the Rent.co.

It is also becoming increasingly difficult for rental car owners to maintain their rental car licenses.

In addition to the shortage, several cities are looking to impose a tax on the vehicles that drivers rent, such a $10 fee for each vehicle rented, and a $2 per-mile fee for drivers.

Renters who rent are also facing a new set of regulations and regulations for carpools, which is one of the biggest drivers of the shortage.

Some rental car drivers are worried about the lack of options in the market, especially after Uber and Lyft announced plans to bring more of their vehicles to the rental business.

Other rental car operators are also taking the rental-car shortage seriously, as they are trying in different ways to help renters and to help make it easier for them to find rental cars.

A spokesperson for Airbnb, the popular ride-sharing service, told Fox News that it is committed to providing rental cars and to partnering with car rental companies.

“We are a leader in providing ridesharing and car sharing in New Jersey,” the spokesperson said.

In addition, many rental car manufacturers have also announced they are partnering with ride-share apps.

For some, however, the shortage has not been enough to get rid of the need for rental cars in the state of New Jersey.

The lack of rental car options is one major reason why the state has seen a spike in car accidents, which have more than doubled in the last year, according a report by the Insurance Information Institute.

More to come.