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One More for the "TOW GUY"

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04-13-05, 02:57 PM   #1  
One More for the "TOW GUY"

Sorry, I had to put just one more. I have use both AAA and non AAA for a few tows in my lifetime. One thing I must add, is....please tip your tow guy! This poor guy had to either rush to get to you and/maybe for a minimal fee. No i'm not in the tow industry. I just feel if they are doing you a service to help YOU while you're stranded and stuck, they are here to help you out! What are your other choices? Start pushing! LOL So the moral of the story is, a tip,gratuity is often appreciated because he's your knight in shining armor to rescue you from your dilema of a dead car and no where else to go! My two cents!

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04-14-05, 05:59 AM   #2  
Not usually necessary, but always appreciated. If your tow requires something out of the ordinary or it's the middle of the night or a blinding snowstorm, by all means slip the operator a few bucks. ESPECIALLY you AAA customers; that guy responding to your AAA call is only going to put about $5-10 in his pocket.

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