"The hired ride company is backing off of its previous "no tipping" policy, thanks to a proposed class action settlement in which drivers claimed the company have violated labor laws by discouraging tipping. The San Diego Union Tribune reportsthat drivers will now be allowed to ask for tips verbally and by placing placards in their cars.
Uber, while agreeing to this policy change, isn't exactly embracing it. Its website still says "No Cash, no tip, no hassle," and It won't be adding a tipping feature to its app, which means that customers will have to pay tips in cash. This seems like a bad move to me, since it goes against Uber's 'no cash' slogan and makes the Uber experience much more like the traditional taxi rides it was meant to replace".
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