New York is a city where you can rent a single car, but the average person would likely only pay $1,000 per year to do so.
As a result, the cost of renting a car here has gone up dramatically.
For those who live in New Jersey, however, the situation is quite different.
There, the average rental price for a vehicle is $2,500.
But, as Ars Technic notes, that figure is a little misleading.
In New Jersey there are four different rental car agencies.
If you’re in the area, check them out for your specific needs.
In the mean time, you can find a car for $2 per hour, but you can also rent a two-bedroom home for $500 a week.
If that sounds like a lot of money, it is, but it’s still cheaper than the average car rental in New Zealand, where the average price of a car is $3,400.
The biggest difference between New York and New Jersey is that you have to pay for gas.
If your gas mileage is less than 60 miles per gallon, you’ll need to pay an extra $1 a gallon for the privilege.
While the average gas price in New Mexico is around $1.10 per gallon (as of January 2018), that’s actually less expensive than the state average.
The average price in Massachusetts is around four times the average.
It’s also important to note that the average cost of rent in New Hampshire is less, although that may be due to the state’s higher tax rate.
As for how much you’ll pay for a car rental, New York State’s average monthly rental price is around three hundred dollars, which isn’t far off from the average rent for a home in New England.
In comparison, New Jersey’s average rental costs about $1 per month.
There are many reasons why the cost is so high, but one of the most important is that New York, unlike many other states, doesn’t have a universal basic income.
Instead, it has a guaranteed income, which means that anyone who works for a minimum wage is entitled to an income that pays for themselves.
The income is a lump sum payment, with each person being able to earn more or less based on their skill, experience, and the length of their work.
If, however and in the absence of a universal Basic Income, you’re not in the market for a new car, New Yorkers might find it easier to get a rental agreement for a one-way car rental.
It may be hard to find a reliable rental agency, but, with the right offer, it can make all the difference.