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Old 04-19-2014, 02:53 PM   #43
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No question tipping a food service worker whose base pay rate is below minimum and almost totally relies on tips to survive. Lousy service still gets a 10% tip figuring they just had a bad day, otherwise 18-20% as I round to the nearest dollar in my head. I have a retired auditor friend that still pulls out his tip cheat card every time we go out to eat. Tow truck driver? Depends. I have at times, other times not. If he just comes to my house to pull my car from the driveway to the dealer, no.
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I used to own a towing company for 22 years. Most drivers work on a commission, usually 25%. Motor club work pays about to of the going rate. So the driver doesn't make much for Good Sam or other motor club work compared to a regular call. Many towing companies have stopped doing motor club work because of the low pay and the slow paying clubs. Some clubs make you wait two or more months to get paid, if they pay you at all. I would say to tip the driver if he does a good job for you.
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