Drivers, display tips / tipping ok sign, increase revenue by 15%-20% !

Did you know you can tip your uber driver ?


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PlayHD

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Let your riders know tipping is accepted & appreciated, increase your revenue considerably. Educate your customers don't assume they know ... you can thank me later ! Depending on how many hours & where you drive, I might have some advertising opportunities available in & out of your car. Text / Call # 727-483-4166


If you are a passenger please tip your drivers, especially for short trips & any extras. Thanks for using uber.
 

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rw1983

Active Member
I hung a small sign above my sunroof, some ask about it- some still don't tip. I think it's certainly helped with the tipping- but it's got a long way to go.
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
I hung a small sign above my sunroof, some ask about it- some still don't tip. I think it's certainly helped with the tipping- but it's got a long way to go.
Still no signage or education to my passengers and the cash continues to flow for me. Up to 85 in cash for this week and the week ain't over yet.
 

Chisox1125

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My tip money/people's crap left in my car money along with my side savings app is paying for my family's weekend get away for Labor Day. Now if the damn app would work right and allow me to see surges and heat maps I'd have a wonderful Xmas.
 

Snowtop

Well-Known Member
My tip money/people's crap left in my car money along with my side savings app is paying for my family's weekend get away for Labor Day. Now if the damn app would work right and allow me to see surges and heat maps I'd have a wonderful Xmas.
I have no problem seeing the few surges that exist on my android device. This is in both the rider and driver app.
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
I have no problem seeing the few surges that exist on my android device. This is in both the rider and driver app.
Still was over 15 an hour driving non surge, no big complaints, I'm sure they'll have an update that'll fix it or compensate like they did last week.
 

Katness

Member
Really? I'm assuming from your posts that you drive Palm Harbor and Oldsmar area. Without a "Tips are Appreciated" sign, I have gone weekend nites without cash coming in with tips. I have a difference now with my little sign on my dashboard, but some people just don't tip. Hell with em. I just move on. After driving with Uber for 1 yr & 7 mo, working weekend nites till 4 in the morning, I have never made that cash in tips for a week, and I'm cute and a nice lady, good conversationalist and a clean car. So what else? I want to start driving during the daytime, but not sure I can make my goals. How much money do the daytime drivers actually make? I'm a day person and these hours are kicking my ass.
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
Really? I'm assuming from your posts that you drive Palm Harbor and Oldsmar area. Without a "Tips are Appreciated" sign, I have gone weekend nites without cash coming in with tips. I have a difference now with my little sign on my dashboard, but some people just don't tip. Hell with em. I just move on. After driving with Uber for 1 yr & 7 mo, working weekend nites till 4 in the morning, I have never made that cash in tips for a week, and I'm cute and a nice lady, good conversationalist and a clean car. So what else? I want to start driving during the daytime, but not sure I can make my goals. How much money do the daytime drivers actually make? I'm a day person and these hours are kicking my ass.
I drive everywhere and pick up the people that others don't and the cash adds up quick. Saturday night I made more in cash then I had in fares up until the end of my night. My cash allows me (but not always) to clip over a buck per mile (total miles round trip including the ones I'm not even logged in at). Again no signs, people just wanna give me money, 600 plus banked in tips and lost item fees since mid February. Best advice I will ever give anyone in regards to tips "Don't spend any of it".
 

Dontmakemepullauonyou

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Really? I'm assuming from your posts that you drive Palm Harbor and Oldsmar area. Without a "Tips are Appreciated" sign, I have gone weekend nites without cash coming in with tips. I have a difference now with my little sign on my dashboard, but some people just don't tip. Hell with em. I just move on. After driving with Uber for 1 yr & 7 mo, working weekend nites till 4 in the morning, I have never made that cash in tips for a week, and I'm cute and a nice lady, good conversationalist and a clean car. So what else? I want to start driving during the daytime, but not sure I can make my goals. How much money do the daytime drivers actually make? I'm a day person and these hours are kicking my ass.
I've learned the daytime is crap. All the retirees are out waiting for a ping and they don't care about their time. Traffic plus bunch of short rides to work from work to lunch etc etc. But my city could be different than yours so give it a try.
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
I've learned the daytime is crap. All the retirees are out waiting for a ping and they don't care about their time. Traffic plus bunch of short rides to work from work to lunch etc etc. But my city could be different than yours so give it a try.
To dang hot to drive during the day out here.
 

Katness

Member
I drive everywhere and pick up the people that others don't and the cash adds up quick. Saturday night I made more in cash then I had in fares up until the end of my night. My cash allows me (but not always) to clip over a buck per mile (total miles round trip including the ones I'm not even logged in at). Again no signs, people just wanna give me money, 600 plus banked in tips and lost item fees since mid February. Best advice I will ever give anyone in regards to tips "Don't spend any of it".
And how cute are you? Serve drinks? Are you a male dancer? Why would people throw u money?
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
What's going on in your car,?
It's not got nothing to do with looks cause guys and females tip me. I speak when spoken to, my car is kept clean enough to distract them from the blemishes that have been in my car for years. My AC is kept at a comfortable level, I play music that is appropriate and satisfies all likes of individuals. I provide no beverages, gum, candy or mints.
 

Snowtop

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Katness, I you believe all this hokem I have a bridge in called the Sunshine Skyway I would love to sell you.

Notice he calls other drivers out to post screen shots when they brag about how much they make but he chooses to brag about the one thing that nobody can prove or disprove.

Of course he makes 10 times the amount of tips than any other driver in Tampa (sarcasm). All this in a what what he said many moons ago was a 10 year old Corolla.
 

Chisox1125

Well-Known Member
What's going on in your car,?
If
Katness, I you believe all this hokem I have a bridge in called the Sunshine Skyway I would love to sell you

Notice he calls other drivers out to post screen shots when they brag about how much they make but he chooses to brag about the one thing that nobody can prove or disprove.

Of course he makes 10 times the amount of tips than any other driver in Tampa (sarcasm). All this in a what what he said many moons ago was a 10 year old Corolla.
11 years old now with a 150,000 miles. In all senses of reality the tips that I've gotten since I've started doing this ain't much compared to what a pizza delivery person gets. Reason the majority of people don't tip, when someone gives me a 20 that just covered the 9 or so individuals that were to cheap to give a buck or 2.
 

Katness

Member
If

11 years old now with a 150,000 miles. In all senses of reality the tips that I've gotten since I've started doing this ain't much compared to what a pizza delivery person gets. Reason the majority of people don't tip, when someone gives me a 20 that just covered the 9 or so individuals that were to cheap to give a buck or 2.
I've had about 3 $20, mostly $5's, since I've started w/uber, many sleepless nites. Oh well, I'm still driving, WHAT EVER! I like my little sign.
 
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