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When the Lamborghini is picked up for service via transport/enclosed carry is it customary to tip the Lamborghini driver? The driver works for the dealership so not sure how that is handled. Thanks in advance for the help/input.
 

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No idea, but I would probably give the driver a $20.00 just to be safe. After all he has your precious cargo. I always tip the drivers that drop me off and pick me up when I bring my car in for service and they have let me know that they really appreciate it.
 

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No idea, but I would probably give the driver a $20.00 just to be safe. After all he has your precious cargo. I always tip the drivers that drop me off and pick me up when I bring my car in for service and they have let me know that they really appreciate it.
Thanks Russ $20 at pick up and drop off? So $20 X2 or $40? In New York tipping was the norm but I just would hate to offend someone or the gesture be inappropriate.
 

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I would ask the driver if he will be the one delivering it as well, if so $20 at pick as that is the most important one. Otherwise $10 & $10 is good. They are paid good money, I know my brother is in the business, nevertheless any kind gesture goes a long way.
 

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I probably will give him $30 or $40 when he picks the vehicle thereby to leaving a good first impression. The dealership in Austin is great about sending an enclosed carry transport for the pick up and delivery. As it turns out the dealership is a part of town that's not all that great so the enclosed carry option is a nice touch.
I wonder how much the dealership pays the driver for these runs.
 

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It depends on how they get paid, hour, salary or per tow. A busy driver can make up to $80K a year. That鈥檚 doing a bunch of short tows. On average they鈥檙e paid between $15. & $25 per hour. I know my brother gives them perks and incentives. He鈥檚 in Cali near Disneyland.
 

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Had my Murci get delivered by an independent hauler from Texas to the Midwest. It was his own rig. Enclosed. Really took his time to unload the vehicle.
I tipped him $100
Probably too much, but wtf, the Murci was the only thing I was focusing on 馃槄
 

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Had my Murci get delivered by an independent hauler from Texas to the Midwest. It was his own rig. Enclosed. Really took his time to unload the vehicle.
I tipped him $100
Probably too much, but wtf, the Murci was the only thing I was focusing on 馃槄
Angel $100? Man o man I may have to use my food stamps to pay him. Seriously right now the dealership is doing warranty work so hopefully $40 would be sufficient.
 

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t.i.p.s.
to insure prompt service
always a good idea to give a little especially if nothing gets broken and they take reasonable care.
 

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I guess the consensus is tip........cheap insurance.
 
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