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Why payless car rentals are better than paying for electric cars

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A car rental company’s strategy for turning a loss into profit seems to be working: Payless car parking rates are surging in the U.S., despite electric car prices still at their highest level since 2010.

As a result, payless parking rates at auto rental companies have climbed to an all-time high of 6.6 percent, according to a study released Tuesday by Payless Parking Solutions.

The study comes as the auto industry faces a wave of consolidation amid rising competition from ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft.

The study estimates that as many as 2 million people could lose their car ownership in the next 10 years as companies seek to cut costs and streamline their operations.

The report comes as car owners across the country have taken to protesting and boycotting parking businesses, including some that offer discounted rates for paying customers.

In Florida, for example, some residents have blocked parking companies from setting up in their neighborhoods in an effort to stop companies from leasing space to low-income residents.

Payless parking companies like Car2go and Car2Go Auto Rentals have also been criticized for not following the rules in Florida that require a minimum $1,000 deposit to park.

The companies say they don’t charge any fees for the use of their parking spaces, which are free to use, and that they pay for the cost of installing parking infrastructure and maintaining the cars themselves.

A recent survey of more than 1,300 customers at more than 200 Payless Car Rental locations across the U and Canada found that 85 percent of respondents said they would rent from them again in the future, according the study.

It found that while Payless has had some success with customers who rent their cars from them, the company is also facing a backlash from some car owners who are not happy about charging them higher rates.