Reading the forums, I see a trend. A lot of drivers talk about tips like it's expected and riders are a-holes for not tipping. People talk about rating "non-tippers" low, which race tips or doesn't tip, comparing driving to waiting tables and so on... When we sign up for Uber or Lyft, no where was it guaranteed, promised or even implied that we will be getting tips. Both apps show in their own way that tips are possible, with Lyft doing a little bit better job at that, but nothing out there points to the idea that we "deserve" to be tipped for just doing the driving. I know about the expenses, and about all the ways Uber is screwing drivers, but I don't count on and don't expect tips, that way when I get them it's a nice surprise, I appreciate them, but don't get bent out of shape when I don't. Where does this sense of entitlement is coming from?