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2013-01-20 04:36:15 PM  
13 votes:
The difference there being if a waitress brings me the wrong food, I don't get charged more for her to walk the plate back and grab the right one.
2013-01-20 04:36:24 PM  
8 votes:
I'm in favor of tipping servers, cabbies. etc 99% of the time. But if they do something to drive the tab up overall, that money's coming out of their tip or eliminating alltogether.
2013-01-20 04:40:08 PM  
6 votes:
i gladly tip & over tip, but not a cabbie who is purposefully robbing me. report that sob. they have to pass tests proving they know the streets; he's a thief.
2013-01-20 04:38:11 PM  
5 votes:
Nope, his farkup cost money.
2013-01-20 03:43:48 PM  
4 votes:
I shiat in the cab when this happens.
2013-01-20 05:50:23 PM  
3 votes:
I fly to LAX from Minneapolis several times a year, and then take the Catalina Express from Long Beach to the island. I usually go on weekdays, so my options are a 10 AM boat, or wait at the CatEx port for 4 hours until the 2:00 PM boat. The flight almost always lands at about 8:45, so by the time I deplane and run to the curb, I can usually make it if A) traffic isn't snarled for some reason and B) I have a cab driver who listens to directions and isn't afraid of the car pool lane. I always tell them there's a $20 tip in it if we make it to the harbor in time for me to get that 10AM boat, and funny thing, I've only missed the boat one time, and that was because of an accident on the 405. I still tipped the guy that time because he turned the meter off, took me to Burger King so I could get something to eat, and then took me to the harbor. Cab drivers in L.A. are totally cool if you know where you're going and let them know you know where you're going.
2013-01-20 05:25:27 PM  
3 votes:
I travel a lot, and in many of the Caribbean islands (EX Aruba), cab fares are fixed by the government and based on zones.

EX, go from zone A to zone C and you pay a fixed price, no matter what cab you take.

There are no meters in the cabs.

// In India, you can get a driver for $50 us per day. But if you have a good driver, tip him well because he's saving your life every day :P
2013-01-20 05:02:15 PM  
3 votes:
I would have called the cab company and had his dispatcher on the line before I got out of the cab.
2013-01-20 04:57:27 PM  
3 votes:
Once had a cab pick me and 3 friends up in the pouring rain. We only needed to travel half a mile, but the downpour was so bad and we had girls with us (a rarity for me, as a Farker), so we opted for this instead. I sat up front and told the cabby where to go. He got there right away, but then proceeded to argue with me about whether we were close enough to the building we were trying to get to. He drove around for another half mile or more trying to find a way to get us closer to the building. We all just kept telling him no, it's fine, just let us out here. By the end of it, of course, we were just thankful to be at our destination, paid and got the heck out of there. We didn't tip. Ironically, had he simply dropped us off at the first place we asked, we would've given him the same amount of money for having to pick us up in the rain, and he could've pocketed the rest as tip.
2013-01-20 04:56:47 PM  
3 votes:
Boston is got some of the most worthless, shiat brained cab services in the US. The medallion system is very limited and expensive, which leads them to be owned by 3-4 companies. They basically shift rent these out to anyone who wants to post the "cost" to do so, and try their best to make their money back for the night.

So you get cab drivers right off the boat with no knowledge of the city, tasked with trying to get people places, while also trying to beat the slim margin to make back their daily fee. Combine is with he fact that Boston is a small city geographically, and every other town and city around it has their own cab services that are not allowed to take fares in Boston by law.

At the end of the day I go with Uber. It's sometime slightly more expensive, but drives get you from A to B and aren't shiatbags talking on the phone and getting you lost. Plus they actually show up when you call ahead, unlike Boston cab drivers.
2013-01-20 04:53:04 PM  
3 votes:
Reminds me of the time I went to a club in Hollywood and they automatically added a 20% tip onto the price of a single drink from the bar. The bartender got snooty with me when I didn't leave an additional tip. $14 for a single rum & coke was effing ridiculous to start with, I'm not leaving an additional tip on top of the $2.80 they automatically added to my tab.
2013-01-20 04:03:45 PM  
3 votes:
What you said, subby.
2013-01-20 03:49:03 PM  
3 votes:
I keep my gps open to make sure I'm not getting ripped off.
2013-01-21 10:09:52 AM  
2 votes:

Ostman: What's interesting to me are the number of people making reference to "calling the police" in this thread, as a method of calling out scumbag taxi drivers.

Is this just a way of escalating the argument, or are the tips legally required now in some areas? Pretty sure it's the former, but so many have said it I just want to make sure, in case I ever need to get a taxi in the States.

/Not American.
//You tip for everything.
///Also, why tip bartenders for taking a bottle out of the fridge, taking the cap off and handing it to you?


because they could ignore your swill drinking ass to pour for someone else that appreciates the asshole management a bartender has to do.
2013-01-21 01:08:46 AM  
2 votes:
What amazes me are the under-five-dollar cab fares people keep talking about. Hell, it's ten bucks here (not counting the tip) just to go the 2.5 miles from my work to downtown. I took a cab to the theater last month and it was over $20 just to go six miles.
2013-01-20 10:53:24 PM  
2 votes:

wambu: In college, in a snowstorm I was trying to get to the Philadelphia airport to get home for Christmas. I was running late for the flight and the cabbie took a second fare that was "on the way" He turned the meter off when it got to $4, which he said would have been my fare to the airport if not for the detour. All I had was a $5 bill to my name and had not eaten all day. He was offended that I asked for my change even when I apologized and told him that I needed the money to eat. He said his family had to eat too. I called a cop over and he made the cabbie give me my change. I still like Philadelphia, though.


Maybe you shouldn't be taking a cab when you're that broke. Anyways, I hope you realize that your story makes YOU look like the bad guy, not the cabbie.
2013-01-20 06:37:16 PM  
2 votes:
As a woman, I've been given the cabbie run around several times.. Long route, "got lost", taking a street they know construction is happening, etc... So hell no, I give them what the ride is worth, and tell em to call the cops, but they never do.
Funny that these things rarely happen if there is a man in the cab with me. So now, first thing I do when I get in a cab is take a pic of their cabbie-license that they must display on the dashboard, then fire up the GPS. Seems to help once they know I'm not farking around.
2013-01-20 05:32:57 PM  
2 votes:
I live in New Orleans. A cab driver, thinking I was a rube, took me and my girlfriend on a roundabout ride. I paid, I got out, I just happened to be carrying a battery operated bullhorn.

(CHHHRK) YOU ARE THE WORST CAB DRIVER IN NEW ORLEANS (CHHHRK)


The cab driver was terrified. Good times.
2013-01-20 05:31:44 PM  
2 votes:
CSB:

Atlanta, Perimiter area. Back in 2002.

I'm training people there, bored as shiat in my hotel room one night, when my DM pounds on my door, and says, "C'mon, we're going to a tiity bar!" Whatever, but it beats watching HBO...we get one of those independent "minivan" taxis to pick us up. My DM knew where it was, but not the exact address. The guy says, oh, yeah, he can take us there, ended up going in circles around it for 30 minutes, then finally "found" it. We knew he'd farked us, but paid him anyway.

Once I got back to AL, I'd borrow a friend's cellphone and call him, asking to pick me up somewhere. Wash Rinse Repeat. He fell for it several times, because I'd use a different phone every time. He'd call back when he got to his pickup and no one was there, sometimes I wouldn't answer, sometimes I would and say, "hold on just a few more minutes".

He eventually blocked all calls from my area code.
2013-01-20 05:28:14 PM  
2 votes:
Wrong way? Hell, you take a crpapy rout that cost more, you get no tip.

CSB Years ago when I was living in Frisco, I would regularly take a cab home from the clubs. Most cabbies would hop on the freeway for an exit or two: fast and cheap. One guy took a surface street route that cost what a normal ride+tip cost. He got no tip.
2013-01-20 05:17:02 PM  
2 votes:
I dont see how thats even possible with modern GPS technology.
2013-01-20 05:08:21 PM  
2 votes:

dopekitty74: Small town in canada, all done by zones, no meters. Woot!

/i usually don't tip taxis, i'm lucky to have enough to pay for one on the rare occasion i DO use them.
//if they didn't know where they were going they DEFINITELY wouldn't be getting one


That's not an excuse. Stop being cheap. If they do a good job, tip. If they don't cheat, tip. If they do the extras like open doors or open trunks or help with stuff, TIP.

If they did a great job and all you have is 'keep the change' tip money, call the company and compliment the driver. Companies always hear complaints, it's nice to hear praise.
HBK
2013-01-20 05:08:13 PM  
2 votes:
I had a cabbie pick me up at a hotel and he took the long way to my destination. The fare ended up being about $15. It should have been about $10. I told him that I lived in the city for eight years, I knew what he did, he wasn't getting a tip, and if he wasn't happy with the $10, he was free to call the police because I knew he ripped me off.
2013-01-20 04:59:33 PM  
2 votes:
It's the cab driver's job to transport a passenger in the most efficient way possible while maintaining an acceptable level of safety. Neglecting to do this means the passenger is not under any obligation to leave a tip.

As much as I despise the American tipping culture in general, I think it's essential to keeping cab drivers somewhat honest.
2013-01-20 04:56:22 PM  
2 votes:
I once was in a cab with this old ditzy guy who was having trouble just trying to drive his way out of the mall parking lot. Dunno if ut was his plan all along, but he actually added an extra $5 to the fare for that. Thankfully since then the cab company was bought out by someone and one of the first things they did was to weed out the dumbasses, jerks, and scammers like this guy.
2013-01-20 04:53:10 PM  
2 votes:
She found a cabbie that speaks english?
2013-01-20 04:47:21 PM  
2 votes:
Not only am I not tipping, I am yelling at every wrong turn and not paying the full fare.
2013-01-20 04:45:15 PM  
2 votes:
I know exactly what I do. This is a regular occurrence in Toronto. Whether it's through malice of intent, or the unfamiliarity of the city by the mostly immigrant drivers, I'm not sure. What I do is get out of the cab and refuse to pay. Then I call another. They always come.
2013-01-20 04:42:25 PM  
2 votes:
I wouldn't tip the waiter that brought me the wrong thing either. A tip is extra: you get it if you do a good job. You don't do a good job, you don't get a tip. Simple as that. If tips were mandatory, it would be part of the bill.
2013-01-20 04:03:41 PM  
2 votes:
I only ride rickshaws.
2013-01-21 05:27:20 PM  
1 votes:

wambu: TheJoe03: wambu: In college, in a snowstorm I was trying to get to the Philadelphia airport to get home for Christmas. I was running late for the flight and the cabbie took a second fare that was "on the way" He turned the meter off when it got to $4, which he said would have been my fare to the airport if not for the detour. All I had was a $5 bill to my name and had not eaten all day. He was offended that I asked for my change even when I apologized and told him that I needed the money to eat. He said his family had to eat too. I called a cop over and he made the cabbie give me my change. I still like Philadelphia, though.

Maybe you shouldn't be taking a cab when you're that broke. Anyways, I hope you realize that your story makes YOU look like the bad guy, not the cabbie.

I was 17,  stranded in a snowstorm, and trying to get home and had taken the bus and thumbed to Philadelphia from upstate NY.  I wasn't going to stiff the guy, but he didn't even offer me the chance to give him a tip; he just kept the change without asking and I'm the bad guy? What's your point again?


That you were in the wrong, not the cabbie. Also, don't take a cab with only 5 bucks, it's not a bus.
2013-01-21 01:10:57 PM  
1 votes:

Ostman: Fair enough, but not everyone has that luxury. Just to give you an example, I live in the SE of Ireland, and there are a few pubs where I can get a large bottle of Guinness for €3.33 (with 3 for €10 deals).
But unless the entire population of my town can be crammed into those few pubs, you're looking at paying €4+. Say roughly the same pricing for pints of beer.

So what's the average where you live that most people would end up paying. Then add the dollar to the tip and see how expensive it starts to get.


Gee, it's almost like the portion of bill that is an American tip is already factored into the pricing of the goods you buy. :)

I think if informed of how things work elsewhere, 99% of waiters in America would prefer to be treated like professionals with respect, payed well, and not looked down upon (like in Germany). But the average worker in these jobs hardly has the ability to stick it to their bosses and demand change. That gets you fired and replaced. Combine that with a hatred for all things 47% and union and it's a pretty steep climb to enact change.

The wage for waitstaff where I used to work actually went down over around a 25 year period in non-inflation adjusted dollars. They were paying 3.25 an hour when the oldest waitress I worked with was hired. We were all paid 2.15 when I worked there and there was talk of it going down again before I quit. Figuring inflation that is a base wage adjustment of what, at least a 2/3 reduction?
2013-01-21 08:52:36 AM  
1 votes:

wambu:

I was 17,  stranded in a snowstorm, and trying to get home and had taken the bus and thumbed to Philadelphia from upstate NY.  I wasn't going to stiff the guy, but he didn't even offer me the chance to give him a tip; he just kept the change without asking and I'm the bad guy? What's your point again?


You said he turned off the meter at $4 but you only had $5. What if the fare was $6? You were going to stiff the guy.
2013-01-21 08:49:27 AM  
1 votes:

wambu: as trying to get to the Philadelphia airport to get home for Christmas. I was running late for the flight and the cabbie took a second fare that was "on the way" He turned the meter off when it got to $4, which he said would have been my fare to the airport if not for the detour. All I had was a $5 bill to my name and had not eaten all day. He was offended that I asked for my change even when I apologized and told him that I needed the money to eat. He said his family had to eat too. I called a cop over and he made the cabbie give me m


You're an asshole.
2013-01-21 01:18:44 AM  
1 votes:

KrispyKritter: nipner: As a woman, I've been given the cabbie run around several times.. Long route, "got lost", taking a street they know construction is happening, etc... So hell no, I give them what the ride is worth, and tell em to call the cops, but they never do.
Funny that these things rarely happen if there is a man in the cab with me. So now, first thing I do when I get in a cab is take a pic of their cabbie-license that they must display on the dashboard, then fire up the GPS. Seems to help once they know I'm not farking around.

you must be a pleasure to be around. good grief.


Hey! She is absolutely right and YOU sound like you have problems with the wimmen folk.
I bet if you heard/read this from a guy you'd say 'Fark, YEAH, dude! Don't fark around with them damned raghead cab drivers!'
2013-01-21 12:28:53 AM  
1 votes:
My tip is based on how much air we catch and how close to other cars we split lanes.

www.hardcoregaming101.net
2013-01-20 10:05:58 PM  
1 votes:
I have only taken a cab once in my life. The driver did end up taking a wrong turn onto a one-way street, which forced him to go over a bridge and then circle around through the maze of one-way streets on the other side so he could get back to the side of the river I needed to be on. As soon as he realized his mistake, he turned off the meter and apologized, and left the meter off for half the ride after he'd gotten back to the correct side of the river.

/guess I got one of the good ones
//I tipped him generously
2013-01-20 09:38:02 PM  
1 votes:

Robert Farker: titwrench: Robert Farker: moothemagiccow: Can anyone else name the other FARK threads that are basically one 1,000,000 comment thread?

-Cop threads
-Tipping threads

Seriously you guys come in here and argue about the exact same shiat, have the same prepared remarks every time. It's weird. The only thing that's different is the article and the first four comments.

If you are trying to be ironic, stop, just stop.

Why? Moo is 100% correct. At this point in time you can pretty much write your own tipping thread, cycling thread, gun thread, etc. This shiat is so predictable any more.


Including the people who whine about how predictable it is...


Says the cock sucking troll with a 7 month old account. Whose alt are you?
2013-01-20 09:30:04 PM  
1 votes:
Ooops - 215. sorry.
2013-01-20 09:27:41 PM  
1 votes:
PSA - for you farkers going to Vegas and staying on the strip - and I know a lot of you do, anytime the cab heads for the 205 from the airport you're being long-hauled. They should head North to Tropicana, Sahara etc.

/just a PSA
2013-01-20 09:22:58 PM  
1 votes:

Tax Boy: Last time I took a cab, he got in an accident. I had to stand out in the rain to hail another one, because he was too busy yelling with the other party and to witnesses to call it in on his phone to HQ.

Half the time, they never know where they're going either.

I farking hate taking cabs. Would rather get on the subway and schlep my luggage than deal with this BS.

/US should adopt the London requirement of "The Knowledge"


Yeah, The Knowledge is not to be sniffed at:

All-London drivers' Knowledge is based on learning 320 routes (or runs). This will help them learn the 25,000 streets and 20,000 landmarks and places of interest in the six mile radius of Charing Cross.It takes between two and four years to pass the All-London Knowledge. Once you are licensed you can work anywhere in the Greater London area.
Also, 25000 streets and 20000 landmarks/POI in a six-mile radius. Crazy.
2013-01-20 09:02:29 PM  
1 votes:

titwrench: Robert Farker: moothemagiccow: Can anyone else name the other FARK threads that are basically one 1,000,000 comment thread?

-Cop threads
-Tipping threads

Seriously you guys come in here and argue about the exact same shiat, have the same prepared remarks every time. It's weird. The only thing that's different is the article and the first four comments.

If you are trying to be ironic, stop, just stop.

Why? Moo is 100% correct. At this point in time you can pretty much write your own tipping thread, cycling thread, gun thread, etc. This shiat is so predictable any more.



Including the people who whine about how predictable it is...
2013-01-20 08:51:33 PM  
1 votes:

Alonjar: I dont see how thats even possible with modern GPS technology.


Maybe they were using Apple Maps?
2013-01-20 06:59:16 PM  
1 votes:
I try to have an idea of how to best get where I'm going. Then, I would tell them to take that way. If they argue and want to take another way and you really know they are just trying to drive up the bill, then I'd threaten to call the taxi authority.

If it was an honest mistake and he really got lost (which would have to be based on my guess of what happened), and it wasn't a ton of money I'd still tip.

If they were just screwing you over, I wouldn't tip. I was just talking to my SO today about this.. he is working in Bahrain and they are always going to the same few places in cabs. They always pay the same amount, if the guy takes the right road it is a good tip, if the guy tries to screw them it is no tip...
2013-01-20 06:36:09 PM  
1 votes:

pete1729: I live in New Orleans. A cab driver, thinking I was a rube, took me and my girlfriend on a roundabout ride. I paid, I got out, I just happened to be carrying a battery operated bullhorn.

(CHHHRK) YOU ARE THE WORST CAB DRIVER IN NEW ORLEANS (CHHHRK)


The cab driver was terrified. Good times.


Back in my earlier days, I lived in NOLA, on Broadway, right near Tulane, and I'd occasionally take Greyhound home for a few days. I knew the cabride from the Greyhound station to that spot on Broadway ran $5 or $5.50, depending on traffic or what exit the driver took.

One day this dude, who I remember from previous trips as being legit, ran the meter, charged me right, treated me well, was at the taxi stand outside the depot. Got in, gave him the address, but he never put the meter on. Silly ol me thought he was going to make a quick run, pocket the money as cash, and that was that. In New Orleans, a little money on the side is a way of life.

Got to where I needed to be, he turns around and tells me it's $22. I hand him a $5 bill and told him that was what he charged me the last time I went from A to B. And the time before that. He starts making a stink, and I tell him to call the cops so he can show his meter.

I made him carry my luggage from the trunk to the sidewalk across the street for being an asshole. Sometimes, ya just gotta call their bluff.
2013-01-20 06:35:36 PM  
1 votes:
What are these "Taxis" you speak of?

/Rochester
2013-01-20 06:34:32 PM  
1 votes:
Can anyone else name the other FARK threads that are basically one 1,000,000 comment thread?

-Cop threads
-Tipping threads

Seriously you guys come in here and argue about the exact same shiat, have the same prepared remarks every time. It's weird. The only thing that's different is the article and the first four comments.
2013-01-20 06:20:57 PM  
1 votes:

oh_please: I'm training people there, bored as shiat in my hotel room one night, when my DM pounds on my door


You were there with your Dungeon Master?
2013-01-20 06:20:12 PM  
1 votes:

ExperianScaresCthulhu: dopekitty74: Small town in canada, all done by zones, no meters. Woot!

/i usually don't tip taxis, i'm lucky to have enough to pay for one on the rare occasion i DO use them.
//if they didn't know where they were going they DEFINITELY wouldn't be getting one

That's not an excuse. Stop being cheap. If they do a good job, tip. If they don't cheat, tip. If they do the extras like open doors or open trunks or help with stuff, TIP.

If they did a great job and all you have is 'keep the change' tip money, call the company and compliment the driver. Companies always hear complaints, it's nice to hear praise.


Cheat? How could they cheat? There's no meters. They call in via cb type radio to dispatch when they pick you up, and the dispatcher quotes the fare so the customer hears it. I'm always cheerful and tell them thank you, but they don't generally get out and open doors for you either. Tipping cabs in Fredericton isn't terribly common.
2013-01-20 06:19:54 PM  
1 votes:
I drove a cab for a short 3 month stint and I still say you shouldn't tip the driver if they get lost.

I mean wtf, really?
2013-01-20 06:00:58 PM  
1 votes:

Zarquon's Flat Tire: Nope, his farkup cost money.


not only did it cost money, it was theft.
report him on the number listed in the back of the cab
wait, boston has a number like that right?
chicago does ....

would have given him 6 dollars and told him to report himself for theft
if he calls the cops, press charges against him for ripping you off

sucks to be him if his job requires knowing to ASK which address you want to go to before he starts driving and he doesnt do it ...
2013-01-20 05:40:11 PM  
1 votes:
As long as he's not playing the Eagles we're fine.
2013-01-20 05:39:10 PM  
1 votes:

abitofbuffalo: Reminds me of the time I went to a club in Hollywood and they automatically added a 20% tip onto the price of a single drink from the bar. The bartender got snooty with me when I didn't leave an additional tip. $14 for a single rum & coke was effing ridiculous to start with, I'm not leaving an additional tip on top of the $2.80 they automatically added to my tab.



You may have actually stiffed the guy. The add-on tip might be something management illegally keeps. I'm not saying you did anything wrong. That bartender won't work there long unless he's a dirt bag looser anyway.
2013-01-20 05:15:14 PM  
1 votes:

thismomentinblackhistory: I keep my gps open to make sure I'm not getting ripped off.


Did this a week ago today when we took a cab from LGA to Javitz in NYC. The cabbie....mostly followed directions but when traffic got to be a hassle he improvised and still came under the estimate online. (worldtaximeter.com)
2013-01-20 05:11:35 PM  
1 votes:
I doubt I would know he got lost or even took the long way around. I only get taxis when I'm in an unfamiliar city with no wheels of my own.
2013-01-20 05:10:57 PM  
1 votes:

letrole: I don't tip strangers ever. Tips are for future service, not a pat on the head for a good job today. The rule of thumb is that if I expect to see you again, I'll give a tip, even if you were shiate.


Tipping is a religion.
2013-01-20 05:03:43 PM  
1 votes:
The last time a cab driver took me the wrong way it was from somewhere I had taken a cab from a hundred times. I know the route and I know exactly how much it costs. He took a wrong turn and I had to correct him. The normal cab ride is $10.60 every time so I usually give the driver $15. By the time he corrected and got me home the ride was $18.50. I gave him $11 and told him why he tried to argue until I pointed out that the house next door to mine is the manager of his cab company and I was more than happy to knock on his door. I was bluffing though because he didn't live there anymore and I knew for a fact he was on vacation in Ethiopia.
2013-01-20 04:41:48 PM  
1 votes:
The Internet Tough Guy in me wants to say I wouldn't even pay the extra amount their mistake cost me. I'll settle for not tipping.
2013-01-20 04:40:59 PM  
1 votes:

ras django: Fark Rye For Many Whores: I shiat in the cab when this happens.

i farted in a cab last week because he made me late, so i'm getting a kick.

(eggy farts. mmmmmm).


Speaking of eggs, I dropped a carton of them Saturday morning. Decided to eat all 10 of the broken ones rather than let them go to waste. I will never eat more than 2 eggs in a sitting ever again, my bowels felt like they were going to quake themselves right out of my body.
2013-01-20 04:40:42 PM  
1 votes:
Awesome, a tipping thread. These usually turn the derp up to eleven.

Don't disappoint me, Fark. I need some entertainment.
2013-01-20 04:40:32 PM  
1 votes:
fark the tip and the full fare in that case.
2013-01-20 04:38:59 PM  
1 votes:
Small town in canada, all done by zones, no meters. Woot!

/i usually don't tip taxis, i'm lucky to have enough to pay for one on the rare occasion i DO use them.
//if they didn't know where they were going they DEFINITELY wouldn't be getting one
2013-01-20 04:38:15 PM  
1 votes:

Fark Rye For Many Whores: I shiat in the cab when this happens.


i farted in a cab last week because he made me late, so i'm getting a kick.

(eggy farts. mmmmmm).
 
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