Mexico’s capital city Guadalajaro has become the go-to destination for car rental services in recent years, according to a new study from travel website skyscauthority.com.
While the US city of San Francisco was first, Mexico City and Ciudad Juarez have gained popularity.
Now, the country’s second-largest city, Guadalavana, is also the first choice for car rentals.
But the study also shows that car rentals from other cities are also on the rise.
The US has a high number of rental options in the country, according the survey.
In comparison, the UK is second in the study, followed by Spain, France, Germany, and the Netherlands.
The UK is also second to Mexico in terms of the number of car rental sites.
For the second straight year, the US is the most popular destination for cars rentals from Guadaláminas, according skyscasearch.com, with 4.5 million people making car rentals through online services.
The study also found that car rental prices in Guadalayas are the highest in the US.
For example, the average car rental cost in the city of Guadalagua is $16,000, according Skyscanning.com data.
The average car cost in Ciudadez is $14,800, the highest of any city in the region.
The cheapest car rental in Ciudez is in Ciado de la Frontera, with the average price of $2,800.
The most expensive car rental is in Puebla, where the average cost of a rental is $15,000.
A car rental can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $20,000 depending on the country of origin, according a study by travel consulting firm Expedia.
A typical car rental includes a driver, a chauffeur, and a security deposit, according an article on Expedia’s website.
The costs vary depending on how long the rental lasts, according Expedia, which also lists a driver’s salary as a major factor.
“A car rental might be an affordable option in a city, but if you can afford it, the price might be higher than what you might have expected,” says Expedia spokesperson Sarah Purdy.
For more information about car rentals, see the top 10 places to find car rentals in the United States.