Gas station attendants arenot usually tippedunless they provide some extra service such as cleaning your windshield,in which case 5 to 10 pesos is sufficient. If they also check the oil or the air in your tires,you should tip more. Click to see full answer
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Why do you need a gas station attendant in New Jersey?
In New Jersey, a gas station attendant like this one is required to pump your gas for you. But why? Minerva Studio/Shutterstock As a Jersey girl, I grew up riding in cars that were serviced by gas station attendants.
Do you tip when pumping gas in Oregon?
Anecdotally, in all the times I’ve been in Oregon and New Jersey, I have never seen or heard of anyone tipping the attendant simply for pumping gas, except to leave them the change when paying cash (I have not used a full-serve pump anywhere else in the US or Canada in over 20 years, and cannot even think of where to find one).
Should you tip a filling station attendant?
Tipping a filling station attendant is not generally expected in the United States or Canada. Some guides flatly deny it is ever expected, though others acknowledge there is disagreement on the matter.
Why can’t you pump your own gas in New Jersey?
Let’s take a little road trip back in time to find out why, to this day, it’s still illegal to pump your own gas in New Jersey. The official ban on self-serve gas in Jersey began in 1949 with the Retail Gasoline Dispensing Safety Act, citing safety concerns like fire hazards.