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Do you have to tip your car driver?

Do you have to tip your car driver?

You are free to add a tip, and drivers are free to accept tips. How do I leave my driver a tip? The easiest way to tip your driver is through the app. At the end of your trip, you’ll be prompted to rate your driver. Once you provide a rating, you’ll be given the option to add a tip. Giving cash directly to your driver is also an option.

What can I do with my GM points?

Redeeming points is easy, and you can use them toward a new GM vehicle,** accessories, paid Certified Service†† and more. Click here for additional terms. † Signing up is free, quick, and we’ll give you 1,000 points to get started.

What do I do in my day at GM?

My day includes emails/phone calls; conversing with my supply base; collaborating with GM engineering on sourcing and work order changes. I also work with GM supplier quality and logistics and help share ideas and strategies with my co-workers.

How to contact General Motors for mobility assistance?

General Motors is committed to helping persons with disabilities equip their vehicles for easier travel. To learn about the GM Mobility program, please visit gmmobility.com or contact the GM Mobility Assistance Center at 1-800-323-9935.

Can a government device be installed on a car?

Referring to the law that allowed the installation of location-monitoring tech on a vehicle, a motion to suppress the evidence read: “The statute is silent as to the authority of the government to use a third-party product in lieu of physically installing a device of their own.

What happens when you test drive a car at a dealership?

A couple of the tried-and-not-so-true tactics revolve around test-drive vehicles. Before a test drive, the salesperson might ask for your car keys and/or your driver’s license “as security.” Then, when you return and want to leave without buying, the car keys or the license will go missing.

Do you have to take your car in for service at the dealer?

If you’ve ever felt you got a raw deal taking your car in for service at the dealer, our anonymous service manager says that may well be true. But he also cites a number of reasons to take your car to the dealer for work anyway—and tells how not to get the short end of the stick when you do.

How are auto gratuities distributed to an employer?

An employer may distribute service charges (sometimes referred to as “auto-gratuities”) collected from customers as it chooses and to any employee it chooses. The employer also has the option of retaining all or part of the service charges.