What does the average shop charge for Labor? You see, the average shop in North America is right about $100/hour labor or “door” rate. (As a side note, if you are below that, you are damaging the industry, and holding back every other owner and technician this side of the hemisphere.
Do you tip at mechanics? Mechanics and tradespeople usually are not tipped, like waiters or taxi drivers are. This is especially true in smaller, independent shops, where the mechanic may also be the owner.
Do you tip a mechanic for oil change? Most people don’t tip mechanics for an oil change since they are paid a decent hourly wage to do the job. Since it isn’t customary, you shouldn’t feel obliged. If you want to tip, you definitely can (in most cases). The average tip is $5 – $20.
Do you tip mechanics for tire change? It isn’t customary to tip mechanics for a tire change. Most people don’t tip car mechanics at all, so you shouldn’t feel obliged. People do consider tipping when the mechanic has gone above and beyond to provide excellent service. The average tip is around $20.
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