Location: Temecula, California / Barcelona, Catalunya
if you are bothered, you really should bring this to the general manager's attention as it isn't standard, as far as i know, to have said service people visible to you at lexus dealerships let alone have them present the car in lieu of the service consultant. i mean, it might be to your benefit to mention that neighboring/regional dealerships have service consultants present the vehicle to their patrons rather than the kids washing the cars. that, and showing the face of the service worker compromises the overall service experience, however horrible that may sound. there are certain general standards that luxury marques should follow, though, in my opinion.
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I work at a dealer, even though the people who get their car washed don't see the actual person they give it to the service cashier and rellay it to the person who washed their car. They usually tip about $5-$10.
Before you all saying I should wash the car by myself, yes I know I took it in to wash by the dealer...but I'll do the waxing and other stuff later...
Is it necessary to tip the guys there after free car wash from dealer? I'm in Texas..
If so, how much?
The reason being the guy was giving me a mouth full saying thank you for coming in etc...(feeling he wanted a tip) I was in a rush so I didn't tip and left...
Maybe I should of tip?
I have to wonder the definition of mouthful. Longo was chill and polite. I guess they may have known, because I am starting to grey and was wearing a Los Angeles Kings polo, that I was there to do business.
Maybe the guy just overdid it from your personal perspective.
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