Car rental companies, like many businesses, face a new challenge in the age of cheap transportation.

Companies need to keep up with demand, so they can make good profits, but they also want to make sure they don’t lose their business as the demand increases.

Car rental agencies in Mexico are now scrambling to figure out how to do both.

Carlos Gutierrez, an economist at the Instituto Nacional de Estudios Económicos de México, or INEGI, said that there is an urgent need to build more rental car fleets in the country.

“In order to meet the needs of the current car rental market, we have to build new fleets,” he said.

That means putting more money into new cars and adding more drivers, so that the fleet can keep up.

For most of the 20th century, cars were mainly used to transport people from one place to another.

Then, in the early 1990s, the Mexican economy began to expand and more people started to live closer together.

Now, Mexico has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, but it is still a very rural country with a long history of poverty.

As a result, car rentals have always been a popular choice for people in the cities, which makes them attractive for many workers.

The industry has grown from $1.5 billion in 2000 to $3.5 trillion in 2014, according to the National Statistical Institute of Mexico.

The government has subsidized rental cars with loans, but many of them have a low loan-to-value ratio, which means the loan they get from the government is far less than what would be needed to pay back their interest payments.

In 2016, INEGB announced a program to offer new cars to those who can’t afford them.

This year, the government will also make more money from the car rental sector by subsidizing rental vehicles for those who cannot afford them, the agency said in a statement.

The rental cars that are offered to workers in Mexico City cost $1,500 a month.

A typical car rental in Mexico is around $500 a week, but those who work in hotels are typically paid $1 an hour, which can be a lot more than what their hourly wage would be.

The rental agencies are also working on a new model that allows them to sell the cars at a higher rate.

That model will be made available for all drivers, including those who are not paid on the job.

As the demand for cars grows, so does the number of car rentals.

INEGC expects that by 2025, there will be 3.2 million car rental vehicles in Mexico.

That is up from 2.7 million in 2017.

Mexico City is currently home to more than half of those cars.

Car rentals in the city are booming, and the demand has driven up the price of the rental cars.

In 2017, a one-way rental car in Mexico cost about $4,000.

In the past few years, it has jumped to about $18,000 a day, Gutierrez said.