Renting a car is still quite expensive in India, especially in rural areas.
However, a recent study by researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) shows that people in India can afford to rent their own cars.
While many of these cars are not cheap, many of them are still relatively affordable and available to buy.
The authors say that a basic three-year rental of a car with a range of about 300 kilometers (186 miles) is about $400 per month.
That is a much more affordable car than many other forms of transportation, such as a train, bus, taxi, and bike.
For example, a three-wheeler that can be bought for $5,000 in India costs $2,400.
Even if you live in a town where the average price for a home is around $100,000, that is still cheaper than buying a car.
The study also found that most of the cars in India have at least one engine and that most have the option of a rear-wheel drive system.
The average car costs about $8,000 to $10,000.
The cost of fuel in India varies by country, and the average is around 5.6 percent of the vehicle’s cost, the authors said.
The researchers said that the study showed that many of the people who rent their cars don’t have enough money to cover their monthly expenses.
“The reason why they rent their car is that they need the money to get a new car, or they don’t feel like they can afford it,” said Praveen Gogoi, lead author of the study and assistant professor of geography and environmental studies at UIUC.
“They don’t want to pay for it out of their own pocket.
The researchers found that about 75 percent of people who are renting cars rent them for between three and four years, and another 25 percent rent them indefinitely. “
That means that in most cases, it will be a rental period, so they may want to rent for a longer period of time to ensure that they get the car.”
The researchers found that about 75 percent of people who are renting cars rent them for between three and four years, and another 25 percent rent them indefinitely.
About half of the owners who rent a vehicle in India are also car owners.
“In rural areas, there is no incentive to buy a new vehicle.
That’s why many of those people rent their vehicles.
So, it’s not surprising that they rent for longer,” Gogoyi said.
In rural areas in India with a high poverty rate, renting a vehicle for a short period of times is an attractive option for many.
“There is a real need for people to rent cars, because they have to pay a lot of money for it.
This is a way to help these people, to make it easier for them to get on the roads,” Goyi added.
In some areas, such a rural region called Jammu and Kashmir, the cost of buying a vehicle is between $100 and $300.
In other parts of India, the price of a vehicle may be about $10.
“It is important to remember that these people are not buying a new-car, they want to get an affordable car.
So there is an incentive to rent the car for longer and not buy a brand new car,” Goya said.
According to Gogoya, this study shows that a new generation of Indians can afford the cost, and that the cost is lower than in countries like China, India, and South Africa, which also have low levels of poverty.
“If you look at the price in China, for example, it is about 50 percent less than in India.
So it is not just a matter of cost, it has to do with accessibility.
In India, it can be hard to find a car because of the high cost,” he said.
“For instance, there are about 2 million cars in the U.S., but you can’t find a Honda Civic in China.
The Honda Civic has to be imported.
There are about 400,000 Honda Civic vehicles in China.”
Gogoka said that many people in the United States have no idea that there are more affordable and affordable cars available in India than in China and other countries.
“What you will see is a huge difference in the cost.
In China, there have been a lot more low-cost cars in China for a long time.
For more information on the study, visit the study’s website at: http://www.discoveringcost.com/study/nearly-all-low”
So it is a trend that we see in the world, but it is important for India to keep it going,” he added.
For more information on the study, visit the study’s website at: http://www.discoveringcost.com/study/nearly-all-low