Read an article from a Travel group last week that the rental car fleet is only 60% of what it was in 2019. Reportedly. travelers have been arriving at destinations, finding out there are no rental's available
unless they had reserved a car in advance. I'm not sure what the situation in Orlando is on availability, but I'd guess it's tight there too. The travel group strongly recommended reserving a car in advance
if you're goin to need one. Disney has said they're going to continue the reservation days system until 2023.
I read something similar and then went and bought Hertz shares since the price has slowly been rising recently.
Avis weirdly seems to be the cheapest option for a car rental booking in advance.
Checking uber prices there and it's not as cheap as I was expecting but still cheaper than getting a car, especially by the time you add on parking at the parks and hotel. My original plan was to stay at Cabana Bay for the duration since I can get free parking and hoped to get annual passes for the free parking but I can't see them returning any time soon.
I don't mind the reservation system, Disney have basically been forcing you to do something similar with dining and FP reservations for years, so it's nothing new but I have always like a bit of flexibility and if the parks are still at limited capacity, I can see some issues.