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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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Car Rental in Australia

Car rental grew by 10% in value in 2013, reinforcing Australia’s position as one of the most developed car rental markets in the world, with a per capita expenditure of A$65. The popularity of car rental is based on Australia’s reputation of being a ...

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Car Rental in Ireland

Following the ravaging of the car rental category during the Irish recession, 2013 witnessed the first signs of optimism for some time. The number of cars registered the second consecutive year of growth, and the number of operators increased in 2013...

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Car Rental in Germany

Car rental in Germany continued to be a category with no notable growth opportunities, hence its flat retail value sales performance in 2012 and 2013 has to be seen as a success rather than a failure. There were no great differences in performance ...

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Car Rental in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, despite its widespread and high-quality road network, lacks acceptable levels of public transport infrastructure. The only forms of public transport currently available are taxis and buses, with the former being used more frequently ...

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Car Rental in the US

Car rental sales grew by 5% in 2013, the fourth consecutive year of positive growth. Growth in the industry was primarily driven by increases in price per day but a 1% increase in transactions also contributed. Car rentals benefitted from increases ...

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Car Rental in Indonesia

Car rental remains a high growth area, especially as major companies are reaping profits from their earlier investments through continuous expansion of their fleet sizes. Business purposes continue to dominate total car rental revenue for most major ...

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Car Rental in the Netherlands

Car rental remained under pressure during 2013 and faced a further decline in value sales. The decline in the numbers of domestic tourists and travellers was one major reason for this. Another reason was the fact that growth in inbound travel was ...

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Car Rental in Japan

Car rental in Japan continued to perform positively in 2013, with current value sales growing by 2% to reach ¥308.6 billion. The number of transactions also grew by 2% in 2013 to reach 19.1 million. Car rental benefited from the increasing demand for...

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Car Rental in Venezuela

Car rental in Venezuela continued to face constraints on the availability of new cars in 2013 as a result of the monopoly on foreign exchange managed by the government. The seven assembly companies are not permitted access to the foreign exchange ...

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Car Rental in Taiwan

Taiwan’s economy remained lacklustre in 2013, resulting in lower disposable incomes. An increasing number of Taiwanese consumers preferred to rent cars when needed for domestic travel rather than bear the long-term costs of owning a car in Taiwan.

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