I wouldn't feel comfortable with cash showing in the car. I know it's not a lot, but people do all sorts of things for a few bucks. Be careful!
That's what i do, 5-8 bucks folded in 2 or separate bundles. It has definitely made a differenceSo I'm sitting with the man's wife waiting for him to come out for a wedding. He says he's on his way so I decided to wait because his wife already in my car. She says sorry about this; you're definitely getting five stars.
Anyway, we have a great conversation and when it's time for them to leave her husband says, " give me five ". She replies by saying; i'm already going to give him five stars. He then shakes his head and says "You just cost me five more dollars. He wants beer money/lap dances not 5 stars." He then says I don't know what I was thinking with marrying this one.
Give mes $20 for a 10 minute trip. I definitely think this setup helps with my tips. I pretend likes its for tolls or past cheapskates giving me 1-2$.
The cup holders between the seats are easy to keep on eye on. I personally have not noticed if it makes any difference when I display a few ones. People know before the trip starts if they are going to tip or not here where I drive.yeah thats a GREAT WAY to get robbed. Good luck w/ that
SOME bars tip heavilyTippers will tip. Non tippers don't tip. It's nice when a rider gets it. 5 stars don't hold any value. Cash money does. I hope you took that $20 and got a lap dance.
I have used seed money without fear of being robbed however I have not seen my tips fluctuate because of this. I get tips when I work areas where riders are more likely to tip. Hint, hotel pickups increase your chances of tips. Bar pickups decrease your chances.
Seriously! You think having a few bucks in the cup holder is going to get you robbed? How about the $600 iPhone you're using?yeah thats a GREAT WAY to get robbed. Good luck w/ that
And your car is worth much more at a chop shop.Seriously! You think having a few bucks in the cup holder is going to get you robbed? How about the $600 iPhone you're using?