Any drivers have any passengers in past 18 mths who still thinks you are not supposed to tip driver?
Picked up a 64 yr old guy and grandson 2 nights ago for a 60 min trip on Uber. Had a nice conversation on our ride. We get to his house and I get out to open back up to get his luggage out. He says, "I know your not suppose to tip but I really want you to have this" and hands me 10.00. I was shocked, had he not taken an Uber in 2yrs? I said thank you and we are able to accept tips now. At this time the 8yr old comes over and hands me 3.00 and says, "I want you to have this". I look at grandpop to help me. I didnt want to take the kids money. Grandpop asked him "are you sure" the kid replied, "yes I want to give it to her". I was uncomfortable with that but you dont want to hurt the kids feelings. I was speechless what do you say (as most of you know I am never speechless. I always have something very long to say:)? It was his idea and grandpop double checked with him. Still its a 8 yr old. Talk about awkward. I thanked him but just wanted to get out of there. So damn awkward!!! Child is being raised properly though. Sad that an 8 yr old knows more than most adults. More generous than most adults. He was a sweet kid. Although I think he may have ate 1/2 the candy in the backseat. Grandpop was upfront with me so he had free rein. I swore I had a decent amount of starburst, mints, and whatever else was mixed in. Although my kids may have gotten into it before I left.