If we get radar, and we clearly will...
The only way they'll stop is if State's Attorneys General start suing them in states where they actually violate state laws/rules.
The problem, of course, is that Uber/Lyft had a hand in writing those rules. Lol
Again, for many of us, radar won't affect what rides we take, but it will affect our acceptance rates (if that sort of thing matters to you - which, unless you were trying for gold+ it shouldn't have, but under the radar model, it really should not. Like at all.).
It will also likely reduce our overall number of rides - as morons take radar rides that they will lose money on, so it never gets to a price we'd be willing to accept it at OR dropped as a regular "ping".
I think there's going to be a lot of "wait and see" here, as well as a steep learning curve for the idiots.
Hopefully, as I said before, it's going to weed out the idiots quicker when they find out that accepting these rides is a net loss.
They will either learn and stop taking them OR bankrupt themselves. Either way, will be good for the herd. So to speak.