Lyft’s Car-Share service was officially launched last month, and it’s already been a hit.

With its cars available to rent for as little as $3 per week, the company is currently on track to surpass its goal of doubling the number of cars on the road.

But what exactly does Lyft’s new car-share program mean for people who rent cars out of the garage?

Read moreCar-Share’s new feature lets drivers rent a car for as short a time as they want, and the company’s marketing materials are full of details about how to get started.

The company says that the new feature allows drivers to save time and money by allowing them to “take their time to look for cars” that are available for rent, as well as “start a car sharing conversation and get feedback about the car that they’ve selected.”

Drivers can also rent out cars for a “short term,” a few days, or a week, depending on the type of car they’re using.

But Lyft isn’t selling a car to a specific individual or group of people.

It’s just allowing users to rent out a car from the start.

Lyft is using the term “a short term” to refer to the number that can be rented out during a month.

And if you’re wondering, that’s what’s actually being offered: A single-ride ride with no set date or time frame.

That means if you rent out your car for a month and you’ve booked your first ride in a month, you can take it for a ride in one day.

But if you’ve signed up for the service on October 1, you’ll need to make a few changes to your schedule.

You’ll need a monthly rental payment, which Lyft says will be $15, and you’ll also need to be willing to pay the monthly fees of $20.

Lyft says that it has more than 4,500 active car-rental accounts across the U.S. That’s about 50% of the number it’s used to offer in the past.

In the United States alone, Lyft is planning to use about $15 billion of its $20 billion in annual revenue.

To keep up with demand, Lyft plans to offer rides from different cities and offer “special offers” on certain vehicles that aren’t available to renters in general.

Lyft doesn’t specify which cars are available to its customers in the U, but it did offer a glimpse at the cars that are in its fleet last month.

Lyft said that it will be adding more than 5,000 cars to its fleet during the month of October, including a new version of the popular Ford Escape.

If you’ve got the money to pay $40 a month for a rental car, you may be tempted to try out the new Ford Escape, but that’s not the only option available.

You can rent out as many as four different Ford Escape models and get a $20 discount if you sign up for a three-day “ride and share” option.

The only difference between the four models is the color of the exterior paint job, but Lyft says the “ride share” service will be free of charge.

You don’t need to pay to rent the Ford Escape out of your garage, and Lyft is offering it as a free option, too.

The rental fee is $20 per car, but you can rent a full-size Ford Escape for as much as $60 a month if you choose the “car share” feature.

If your car is only available for a short period of time, you could save money on rent by taking it out for a test drive, or by taking a test ride with your friends.

And Lyft says its “ride-share” feature will be available from the beginning of October through the end of November.

The Lyft car-shared program will be rolled out to Lyft vehicles nationwide on November 3.

Lyft also says it will offer free Lyft services to residents of certain cities.

So if you live in Los Angeles, you should be able to rent a Ford Escape or F-150 pickup truck for free with Lyft starting on November 5.

But for anyone who’s not in the Los Angeles area, you’re out of luck.

If the Los Vegas market is any indication, you won’t be able try out Lyft’s “ride sharing” program for the foreseeable future.

Lyft’s official website says that “all ride-share vehicles” in the city are available at all times.

Lyft does not list the cities where cars will be offered.

But since Lyft isn�t releasing an exact list of the cities that it plans to start offering rides in, it’s possible that the company will offer rides in those areas only after the start of November, when cars will no longer be available to rental out of homes.

If Lyft doesn�t start offering cars in those cities, then we won�t know whether Lyft has fully rolled out the program.

And that could cause