Most clients never tip at all, and that can be actually frustrating for any delivery driver.
I have been a delivery driver for the past 10 years.
I started laboring for a pizza shop.I worked for the pizza shop for 2 years and then the two of us started delivering for a dry cleaner. The dry cleaning gig paid better and the tips were higher, so I stayed there for a good amount of time, the other day, I decided to switch jobs again when a position was available to drive for the medical marijuana dispensary, and my best neighbor was laboring as a budtender at the medical marijuana dispensary. She informed me of the delivery driver job, which had a higher hourly wage and benefits. I was hesitant to leave the job at the dry cleaners, because of my many years of employment. I thought about the decision for many days, before I called the director. She instantly brought me into the store for an interview, but both of us talked for thirty or forty minutes and I felt actually great about the job. The director called me an hour later with good news. She wanted me to start the new job in 2 weeks. I had to tell the director at the dry cleaner that I found another job. I didn’t expect him to beg me to stay, but she even provided to raise my standard wage, then unluckily, she could not match the benefits the medical marijuana dispensary provided, so the two of us had to go our separate ways. I’m enjoying laboring for the cannabis dispensary and I’m also learning a lot about medical marijuana and all of it’s appealing uses.