Driving back home today from my normal quarterly trip to Dallas, I picked up a nasty bolt while passing through the 635/121 construction boondoggle. I didn’t get alerted until a short time later and pulled over to find my left rear about 10 lbs low. Thankfully, I carry a portable compressor and found myself driving to Terrell for the closest Subaru dealer. Anyway long story short, the extremely small Subaru dealer was unwilling to help but directed me to a local one bay tire shop. The lone worker quickly hurried out and spent the next 20 minutes fixing my tire in the cold pouring rain. The worker said the cost was $10 so I handed him a $20 and told him I only wanted $5 back. He looked at me dumbfounded and ask why as the repair was listed at $10. I told him it was a tip for working in the cold rain when most people would have told me to go bother the Firestone across the street. He said thank you and proceeded to check my other tire pressures before waving me on my way back home. Do people not tip anymore when the service is above and beyond? Yeah I know it’s his job but the dude happily fixed the hole in 45F pouring rain and thanked me for the business.