Great write up of how to consider tipping your professional behind the wheel. Let’s face it that is what he is supposed to be a trust worthy personal driver hired for a time with his car to get you where you want. So remember that the next time you don’t leave the guy at least 20% of the bill. Don’t know the cost then slip him five bucks at lap east or enough for a coffee.
Those who travel in limousines often find themselves wondering what they should tip the chauffeur, or whether they should pay at all. First-time travelers are even more bewildered than that. To figure out how much you should tip, you have to take into consideration some very important factors such as:
Chauffeurs Are Minimum-Wage Professionals
Although reputable private transport companies often treat their chauffeurs well, the salary they pay the chauffeurs approximates the minimum wage.
Customers Have To Pay Only for the Time of Pickup to the Time of Drop Off
They do not have to pay for the rest of the time which includes journey to and fro the transport service’s garage, cleaning the limousine or cab, vacuuming, decorating, gassing, de-bugging, garbage removal etc. Drivers have to carry out these tasks on their own time.
Chauffeurs Have To Work On Unpredictable Rosters
In many instances, drivers have to work on…
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