New York City is famous for its high-end apartments and luxury condos.
But you might not be able to get a spot on the Upper West Side or even the Upper East Side if you’re looking for a place to rent a car.
New York State does not have a minimum rental requirement, but it does have some guidelines for where you can find a place that will rent you a car, a car rental agent said.
It’s important to know the state of New York state’s minimum rental requirements, said Kevin Dolan, a senior director at rental website Car Rental.
The minimum rental is based on income.
The lower the income, the less you need to rent, he said.
But the city also does a “per-capita” rental guideline that includes income, age and the length of time you plan to stay.
“If you’re at the lower end, you can just get a smaller vehicle, and it’s a little more affordable,” Dolan said.
New Yorkers must be 18 years old and up, not older than 21.
The maximum age to rent is 18.
Renting a car for longer than 90 days is a felony, punishable by up to five years in prison.
The state does not regulate how much you can rent per day, but you can see how much the average rental cost in New York is at Car Rulings.com.
For example, if you rent for $350 per month, you could expect to pay about $1,700 per month to rent for 90 days, according to the website.
What to do if you need a car: When you need your car, you should get it in a timely manner.
If you have a problem finding a place, Dolan suggested contacting the city’s rental agency.
You can also call the Department of Motor Vehicles to ask about your rental options, but he said the agency can help.
The DMV will also help with your rental needs.