Private car rentals have become a staple of many young people’s daily lives, with the number of private car journeys in Europe up by over 40% between 2013 and 2016.
As the number grows, the cost of renting a car has also risen by an average of 8% per year.
The chart below shows the most expensive private car hire in Europe, based on the cost per kilometre of journey.
It shows that car hire prices have risen by 8% a year since 2013, although this increase was offset by an increase in the cost to use the public transport system.
It also shows that average car hire costs in Europe are falling, with average car rental costs falling by 7% a decade since 2013.
The number of car rentals available in Europe The chart shows that there are currently around 1.5 million private car rides in Europe.
This is more than the number who take public transport and the number on the streets.
A significant number of the journeys are undertaken by families, young people and people on a short trip.
Private car rental figures can be misleading, as they often do not account for the price of fuel and maintenance, or the cost for cleaning up after passengers.
In some countries, such as France and Germany, private car rent prices are inflated, with drivers earning more per trip than they pay.
A report from the European Commission earlier this year also found that the average private car trip costs in the UK cost an average £3,000 more per person than it did in France.
But a number of countries in Europe have lower rates of private vehicle use, and in many countries, private vehicle ownership is growing faster than the country’s population.
The cheapest car rental rates in Europe Top 20 most expensive car rental locations in Europe Private car hire destinations, 2013 to 2016 The cost per passenger kilometre in France The cost of driving a private car in France is up by nearly 8% since 2013 when the country introduced a public transport levy.
In the UK, private cars are allowed to use public transport.
In Belgium, private drivers are allowed on the roads, but are required to use a licensed vehicle, which costs an additional £10 per trip.
The cost in the Netherlands is similar, although it has seen an increase of 8%.
The cost is lower in France, where it is estimated that drivers earn about £1,600 per trip, but a new study published in the journal Science suggests that drivers in France earn about $3,700.
The most expensive city in Europe to rent a private vehicle The most cost-effective cities to rent private cars in Europe is London.
A recent study by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents estimated that private car renters in London earn an average €2,300 per month, which is more money than people in the United States and the UK combined.
In Spain, private vehicles are allowed in Barcelona, Madrid and Madrid, but must use a license and pay a premium.
The study also found private car use in Barcelona costs an average $2,000 per month.
The next most cost effective cities in Europe for private car ownership The next least cost-efficient cities for private vehicle renting in Europe was Copenhagen.
Copenhagen residents can rent private vehicles at about $500 a day, but have to pay the equivalent of $1,200 in fuel and a maintenance fee.
The Copenhagen City Council has said the city will reduce the fee to $1.20 in 2021.
The UK and Ireland are the most cost efficient countries for private passenger car rentals.
The average cost per person kilometre is about £700 in London, €1,100 in Paris and €1.50 in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands, Belgium and the Czech Republic all have lower cost-per-person kilometre rates, according to the research.
Top 20 countries where private car usage is up The UK, the Netherlands, Denmark and Belgium have seen the most private car users in Europe in recent years.
According to the EU’s European Union (EU), private car trips are up by an annual average of 5% since 2012.
The EU’s figures are based on a survey of 5,000 drivers of private cars, who asked whether they had used public transport in the past week.
This figure includes the number that have been in private vehicles since they began the survey, and includes people who do not own cars, but use public transportation.
The latest EU figures show that the UK has increased its use of private vehicles by over 30% since 2011, compared to a fall of just 5% for the UK.
The United Kingdom’s private car-riding rate has risen from 13% in 2011 to 19% in 2017, while the EU average has remained unchanged at 4% since 2015.
In France, the private car rate has also increased over the same period, rising from 15% to 20% in the same time period.