Compare The Market Australia made a survey. While Hungary is among the most visited countries, renting a car in the country is extremely expensive.
The survey was conducted taking into consideration the standard rental of a car where there are 5 people and 3 luggage. The survey showed the most expensive and the cheapest countries as well, writes Turizmus Online.
According to the results, renting a car in Singapore is the most expensive, and Madrid is the cheapest. Budapest is in 8th place.
The most expensive cities where people can rent a car are Singapore, Fukuoka, Honolulu, Melbourne, Vienna, Jerusalem, Auckland, Budapest, Phuket City, and Tel-Aviv. The cheapest are Madrid, Lima, and Cancún. Among the cheapest cities are Cairo, Dubai, Moscow, Cracow, Rio de Janeiro, and Abu Dhabi.
The difference between the countries is significant when it comes to prices and expenses. In Singapore, renting a car costs 97 euros for one day. In Madrid, the price is only 12 euros on average, according to the list.
In Budapest, the average daily price is 70 euros.
Another piece of interesting data regarding cars is about the number of thefts and which cars are taken most of the time. Telex writes that last year, 561 vehicles got stolen, among which 351 were passenger cars. The data, however, shows that the number of car thefts decreased over the past 10-15 years. In 2007, for example, 7,584 cars were stolen, but in 2015, “only” 2,414 stolen cars were reported.
Surprisingly, the vehicle that gets stolen most of the time is a Simson, which is a scooter.
The top 10 vehicles which get stolen the most often include Simson, Opel, Suzuki, Volkswagen, Yamaha, Aprilia, and Ford. Vezess.hu published the full list, on which it appears that after the aforementioned vehicles, Peugeot, Renault, Honda, Toyota, Fiat, Piaggio, Mercedes-Benz, Skoda, BMW, Audi, Mazda, Citroen, and Keeway are also popular targets.
The cars that get stolen often are Opel, Suzuki, Volkswagen, Ford, Renault, Peugeot, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Skoda, Audi, Fiat, BMW, Mazda, Citroen, Daewoo, Lada, SEAT, Volvo, Nissan, and Mitsubishi.
Source: Turizmus Online, vezess.hu, Telex, comparethemarket.com.au