Cars are changing hands.

Cars are moving away from the rental market, but the stock market has not.

That may be changing as soon as next year, when car rental services will go bankrupt.

But that is not what car rental company executives are saying.

The stock market is overvalued, according to CEO Kevin Golles, who also runs car rental site Rent Car.

He is the CEO of CarRental and an advisor to CarRent.com, a car rental service that was bought out by a rival in the fall.

“The market is too big for car rentals,” Gollers said.

He noted that car rental firms, who have the resources and financial muscle to expand and grow, are struggling to find ways to maintain their valuation.

Golles and other industry experts said the rental car industry will likely shrink dramatically in the next year or two.

Some car rental car rental sites have closed or are looking to merge, and car rental rates have dropped in recent years, even as car prices have skyrocketed.

The number of rental car listings has also plummeted.

“We are going to see car rental prices in this country drop dramatically,” Golls said.

Golls and other analysts say car rental will be more difficult to find and pay for, and that car companies may find it difficult to compete.

But the car rental industry has been on a downward spiral since the beginning of the year.

“There is absolutely no doubt that the rental business is at an all-time low,” Gosses said.

“This is going to make it very difficult to make the investments in the future.”

The rental car boom The rental car market exploded in the mid-2000s, fueled by soaring car prices.

The boom in car rental was fueled in part by the high price of gasoline and other natural gas that fueled the oil and gas industry.

In the decade leading up to the shale gas boom in the U.S., gas prices were near $3 a gallon, making cars an attractive option for those who could afford it.

The gas boom began in 2008 and has been ongoing since then, with gas prices increasing by 50 cents a gallon since 2011.

Gas prices soared even more dramatically in 2015 and 2016 as a result of the government’s energy policies, which have led to increased drilling and fracking in many parts of the U, including the West.

The drilling boom also led to more fracking in the state of Texas.

But that boom did not last, and gas prices have not recovered.

Gas prices dropped in the spring of 2017 as oil prices continued to surge, leading to a spike in the price of oil and other commodities.

The U.K. stock market also experienced a big drop in the summer of 2017, when oil prices dropped to their lowest levels in years.

Gosses says the rental industry is struggling to stay afloat in the midst of this gas price collapse.

Gollars said rental car prices are about $10,000 a year lower than they were in the past two years.

He also noted that rental companies have been unable to keep up with the demand for car leasing services.

Rent Car, a rental car site, was bought by a competitor in the Fall.

But Gollams, the CEO, says rental companies are not profitable, and are struggling with the growing pains of trying to stay profitable.

“Rent car rental is a one-time investment,” he said.

But he also noted, “Rent cars are going through a renaissance right now.

The rental business will be profitable in the not-too-distant future.”

Gollars and other experts say that rental car companies are in a tough spot.

The industry will struggle to keep pace with the boom in gas prices and with other natural resources, and the market will shrink dramatically.

Gains in car rentals and other transportation services, such as Uber and Lyft, will be tough to make up for the loss of rental companies.

Many rental companies were built on a service that made it possible for people to rent a car, a service the rental companies saw as an attractive way to stay connected to friends and family.

The services are now being driven out of business by the rising cost of gas.

In fact, there are no rental car services in major cities like New York and San Francisco, and no rental companies that offer services that allow customers to rent cars, such that customers don’t have to drive to the rental company.

Gosss also said that car rentals have been going through the most severe financial downturn since the financial crisis of 2008.

He said car rental drivers are often struggling to pay rent.

Golls estimated that about 30 percent of rental drivers work full-time jobs, making the average rental driver only about $18,000 in the last quarter of 2017.

In recent years car rental businesses have faced the loss not only of their businesses, but also their ability to survive financially.

Gollaers said the biggest challenge