Executive car rental is a niche in New York City, where the average rent is $3,000 a month.
That’s just under the median in the United States.
But in other cities, it’s much higher, with the average cost of a car rental in New Orleans and Washington, DC, at $15,500 a month and $25,000 in Detroit, according to the National Association of Realtors.
In New York, however, it costs $3.20 to rent an executive vehicle, which is roughly equivalent to the cost of the median rent in San Francisco.
It’s also about the same price in other metropolitan areas in the US, including Los Angeles, Atlanta, Boston, Miami, and Chicago.
Executive car rentals in New Jersey, however are $3 a day, and in Washington, D.C., the average is $2.25.
The average rent in Philadelphia is $1,700 a month, while in Atlanta, the median is $4.25 per day.
It can be a challenge finding a car that fits your budget, but you’ll be better off buying a new vehicle, according the National Realtor Association.
It advises people to get rid of their old car, and to use a carpool or auto-pool.
The NRA’s car rental site has a handy chart that will tell you how much money you need to spend.
The chart shows you the hourly rent for a typical Executive car, which costs around $7,000 to rent for one hour, according a New York Times article from December.
The site also includes a handy calculator that can help you figure out what you need.
Here are some tips to help you decide if an executive rental is right for you: If you have a child, consider buying a car with the carpool option.
You can rent a car for a family of four, or even a family for two.
However, the car must have an extra occupant in the back seat, and you’ll need a backup driver.
“If you have to rent a child’s car, the costs of the family car may exceed the hourly rate,” the NRA says.
“In these circumstances, it is best to purchase a vehicle that is suitable for a single-occupant family.
However it can be cheaper to rent the car for the family of two, if you can get a car to fit your needs.”