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Euromonitor has the world’s most comprehensive research on the car rental category within the travel and tourism industry.  We monitor and analyse industry trends around the world, including in-depth data on market share and market size – from the “big picture” qualitative analysis; down to specific category data. 

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Our car rental market research answer questions such as:

  • What is the market size of car rental?
  • What are the major brands in car rental?
  • Is there a shift from airport car rental to non-airport?
  • Is leisure car rental outpacing business car rental?
  • Is insurance replacement recession-resistant?

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Country Report

Car Rental in Argentina

Economic uncertainty and a lack of affordable financing instruments negatively impacted fleet renewal during 2013. In addition, according to industry players, the main negative factor impacting sales in this area in 2013 was the cultural and ...

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Car Rental in Brazil

The Brazilian car rental industry experienced another challenging year in 2013. The Brazilian economy continues to grow slowly, with GDP increasing by an underwhelming 2.3% in 2013. At the same time, the country witnessed an increase in household ...

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Car Rental in Chile

Car rental in Chile is very sensitive to international tourist arrivals. Inbound arrivals to Chile in 2013 registered a flat performance. This had a limiting effect on car rental, which recorded 5% current value growth, lower than in 2012 (13%) and ...

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Car Rental in Singapore

Car rental’s demand and supply is correlated with the Certificate of Entitlement (COE) System in Singapore. With the highest COE prices in history at SGD92,100 per certificate recorded in January 2013, demand for car rental services increased by 2% ...

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Car Rental in Turkey

In 2013 the most important factor impacting value growth in car rental was cheaper flights in the country. People preferred to rent a car once they landed in their destination, rather than driving the whole way, for safety reasons. This was ...

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Car Rental in the United Kingdom

In many urban, densely-populated areas, owning one or more cars is increasingly impractical, as the associated costs of maintaining, insuring, and refuelling the car are rather high in the UK. In addition, there is plenty of public transport ...

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Car Rental in Peru

Car rental in Peru is a category dominated by small and informal independent companies and many of them are not registered on the National Database of Tourism Services Providers. The prices of these companies tend to be between 30% and 40% lower than...

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Car Rental in Mexico

During 2013 tourists were able to find new offices and outlets of the main car rental companies in more cities and airports. Being closer to their customers and target audience allowed car rental companies to improve their results and increase their ...

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Car Rental in Colombia

Car rental in Colombia remained immature in 2013, concentrated mostly in insurance replacement market that accounted for 47% of total sales. For tourism purposes, car rental for business was the most common and served foreign and domestic tourists ...

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Car Rental in Norway

There is strong focus in Norway on environmental problems arising from an increase in the number of cars in big cities. The Norwegian government promotes less polluting forms of travel and wants to cut greenhouse gas emissions. It is facilitating ...

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