Great job! If you live in a thriving metropolis and own your car out right.
Pros: Work when you want, for as little or as long as you want.
Cons: no control over comission, no control over rates, no safety net, you are on your own.
I love Lyft and always will. However this is not a job, it's your own business, and one that you do not have full control over. My only real complaint is that just when you think you have a good thing going they change the prices without much notice. My experience with Lyft (over two years and 5,500 rides completed) has been a rollercoaster ride, one minute you are on top of the world and the next struggling. In San Francisco Lyft has started many new programs like "Line" that are nothing short of genius but the rest of the world has to catch up before that can work in every city. I recently moved within the state thinking I would be able to take my job with me albeit for less money but it turned out I collect less in fares than I spend in gas let alone insurance, car payments, phone bill, not to mention the very real cost of living. I now find myself with car payments I can't afford and all the bills are due. At some point Lyft will be a rewarding and gainful experience anywhere you take it and lets be real, they didn't tell me to move, but today its only for the big cities.
One last thing, I have not met a person I didn't like at Lyft HQ, Really great people are at the helm, they just need to learn to steer more evenly or as my father used to say "smooth tiller adjustments son".