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Old 03-26-2013, 10:22 PM   #4486
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #4487
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No Raquel, you need to learn more about cars
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #4488
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Also star, I think you and I wuld probably have a problem with tipping as well. We don't really tip here. I mean, not in regular restaurants. Never in hotels and rarely in taxis. Some people tip more often, especially in fancy restaurants. But generally we don't really tip.
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:24 PM   #4489
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My time is limited. I have a bigger necessity of knowledge in other areas.
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:26 PM   #4490
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My time is limited. I have a bigger necessity of knowledge in other areas.
Well, learn more about cars before you plan to buy one

I can explain all the technical aspect of 4 wheel drives and the reason behind front/rear wheel drive but likely some other times.
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Ok. This guy cracks me up.

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Old 03-26-2013, 10:32 PM   #4492
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Also star, I think you and I wuld probably have a problem with tipping as well. We don't really tip here. I mean, not in regular restaurants. Never in hotels and rarely in taxis. Some people tip more often, especially in fancy restaurants. But generally we don't really tip.
So, the Germans have a "tip" automatically added into all their restaurant bills etc and aren't used to tipping, but they read guide books and it says that in the U.S. people are supposed to leave a tip of 15% in a restaurant (used to be 10%, but now is more). They tip religiously. I've never heard a complaint about Germans not tipping. Italians don't tip as reliably as the Germans, but everyone likes the Italiians so much they don't complain.
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This is too complicated for me. I had no idea.

I might just buy a regular car then...

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Ok. This guy cracks me up.
The guy was dead serious and he cracks you up. Poor guy
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:40 PM   #4495
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So, the Germans have a "tip" automatically added into all their restaurant bills etc and aren't used to tipping, but they read guide books and it says that in the U.S. people are supposed to leave a tip of 15% in a restaurant (used to be 10%, but now is more). They tip religiously. I've never heard a complaint about Germans not tipping. Italians don't tip as reliably as the Germans, but everyone likes the Italiians so much they don't complain.
Now it's more like 18%. Lower in Canada though.
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What has Michel been up to? Where is he?

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Ok. This guy cracks me up.

You girls seriously have no idea how limited my knowledge on cars and how they work is. I swear, I am becoming a fine driver, I think, but I don't understand the mechanics of the car and I have very little interest in it.

They guy is a bit weird.

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So, the Germans have a "tip" automatically added into all their restaurant bills etc and aren't used to tipping, but they read guide books and it says that in the U.S. people are supposed to leave a tip of 15% in a restaurant (used to be 10%, but now is more). They tip religiously. I've never heard a complaint about Germans not tipping. Italians don't tip as reliably as the Germans, but everyone likes the Italiians so much they don't complain.
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Now it's more like 18%. Lower in Canada though.
But waiters, etc, they still have a weekly/monthly salary right?
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:53 PM   #4499
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But waiters, etc, they still have a weekly/monthly salary right?
Not in US. If the tips + the hourly salary do not meet the minimum wage, the employer has to pay the difference. e.g. in AZ, the minimum wage is about 8$/hr. The waiter may have a base salary of 3$/hr and after working for 8 hours and the tips are $40, he will get $64 with the employer covering the difference of $9. But if he has $50 tips, then he will get $24+$50=$65

Moreover, most of the low paying jobs here are paid by hours. Not weekly or monthly salary. Lots of employers keep the hours under 40 per week so they are part time employees, not full time, so the company does not need to provide lots of benefits like health insurance.
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Not in US. If the tips + the hourly salary do not meet the minimum wage, the employer has to pay the difference. e.g. in AZ, the minimum wage is about 8$/hr. The waiter may have a base salary of 3$/hr and after working for 8 hours and the tips are $40, he will get $64 with the employer covering the difference of $9. But if he has $50 tips, then he will get $24+$50=$65

Moreover, most of the low paying jobs here are paid by hours. Not weekly or monthly salary. Lots of employers keep the hours under 40 per week so they are part time employees, not full time, so the company does not need to provide lots of benefits like health insurance.
Very different from here. Not the tips make sense. But then again they don't, they shouldn't be necessary. I mean, it two different systems, it's weird. Both are.
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