Do you tip the roadside assistance guy?
"I had roadside assistance come out and change my tire. I tipped the guy $10 because he was quick and courteous.
What's the etiquette?"
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Answered on Jun 21, 2021
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“No true tipping etiquette exists for this scenario, so deciding to tip is entirely up to you.
If you received exemplary service, however, tipping is a kind gesture that the roadside assistance worker will surely appreciate.”
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