In a new survey by the Center for Responsive Politics, the average number of cars a household owns has risen from 1,200 in 2005 to 2,500 today.
The average cost per car has also increased dramatically, from $10,000 in 2005, to $18,000 today.
According to the report, “In 2013, the median price for a car in the United States was $29,500.”
The study also found that the average monthly income of a car owner in the U.S. has also risen dramatically, rising from $1,600 in 2005.
This year, average income is expected to be $5,300.
And the report found that almost 90 percent of car owners are renters, and this is particularly true of young car owners.
According the survey, 78 percent of all car owners aged 20-34 had at least one child who was a driver.
While car ownership in the country has increased, the rate of car rental has decreased.
The study found that since 2005, the number of rental vehicles has fallen from 2,838 to 1,500.
And in 2014, the percentage of cars rented to non-residents has decreased from 10 percent to 9 percent.
While this is a great change, the report notes that it is not enough.
The report found the majority of people renting cars do not have any financial resources for car repairs or repairs.
In fact, they are more likely to drive than rent a car, and the percentage who own a car has increased from 25 percent to 29 percent.
“In many states, renters who do not own a vehicle are unable to rent or lease because of the low availability of car dealerships,” the report stated.
“Rental car ownership has become increasingly unaffordable for renters, who are less likely to have sufficient financial resources to afford repairs and maintenance.”
The report also found there is an increasing number of renters choosing to lease their cars out instead of buying one themselves.
“The average rental car owner with a vehicle is now renting it out, with an average rental price of $11,500, up from $8,900 in 2013,” the survey stated.