U.S. Car Rental Market Achieves Record Revenue

Auto Rental News (ARN) has released online its annual assessment of the U.S. car rental market, with updates on revenue, locations and cars in service by company.

In 2012, the U.S. car rental industry is expected to achieve record total rental revenues of $23.63 billion at a total fleet size of almost 1.86 million vehicles. You can see the statistics at the links below:

The statistics are from ARN's Fact Book issue, in which a digital copy can be viewed here.

Complete ARN Fact Books dated from 2005-present are available for purchase here, and Fact Books from 1994-2004 are available for purchase here.

You can see the overall 2011 market statistics here or go to our Research & Statistics page for more archived data.

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