The car rental business is booming in Australia and the country is now home to more than 1.5 million car rental outlets.

Now, it seems the country has a car rental boom as well.

A new survey conducted by research firm Deloitte shows that the number of car rental businesses has risen by nearly 50 per cent over the past year.

The number of rental car rental companies has jumped from just under 300 in 2015 to more a whopping 1,000 now.

The survey, which polled a representative sample of 3,000 people, found that there were about 547 rental car rentals across Australia in 2017, with more than 200,000 cars available.

The survey found that a number of factors have made the car rental industry more competitive, including: lower prices and increased accessibility for car ownersThe market for car rental is booming, and the Australian car rental market has exploded over the last year.

There are more than 100 car rental chains operating in the country, with thousands of rental companies offering car rentals in different areas.

The growth of the car sharing industry has been aided by the arrival of the Uber car sharing service, which allows Australians to rent out their cars in the comfort of their own homes.

In some areas, such as the South East and the Northern Territory, car rental services are being used to rent car parks and public transport.

But the popularity of car sharing services has also seen a rise in the number and range of car rentals.

The Car Share Network, which offers car sharing across Australia, has grown from just two operators operating in 2017 to over 600 now.

Car sharing also offers car ownership, with some cars being used for short periods of time, while others are being rented out to families.

The number of people using car sharing has increased by more than a third, according to Deloittes survey, from 462,000 to 865,000 in the past 12 months.

The majority of people renting cars are in the North West, but the South West is also growing rapidly.

The Northern Territory is home to the largest number of Car Share outlets, with about 70,000 car rental properties in operation.

It’s not just the numbers that are growing in Australia.

The Australian dollar is also seeing a slight increase in value over the same period.

The Australian dollar has risen in value by about 0.3 per cent in the last 12 months, according a Reuters poll, with investors increasingly taking the currency into their own hands.

The dollar has gained about 1 per cent against the Australian dollar since the start of 2017, as well as against the UK pound and the euro.

The value of the Australian currency has also grown, with the Australian Dollar now trading at about 1.7 per cent higher against the U.S. dollar than it was a year ago.