[nabs-l] Paying a Driver
jessicac.kostiw at gmail.com
Sat Jun 27 19:44:56 UTC 2009
I have a question. When hiring a driver, is there a standard formula for
determining how much you should pay them? Besides distance, I understand
that time and in the Washington area traffic is a major factor. (Yesterday,
a trip that should have taken about 25 minutes took over an hour.) This
driver is very good, very punctual, and I want to be good to him without
being ridiculous. For the six days that I have hired him I am estimating
that he will be in the car for about eight and a half hours total. Our
agreement is for $200, but I am wondering if that is enough now? He is
paying for gas. He drives a Honda Civic, which thankfully I think is pretty
good on gas. He will be making about forty dollars a trip both ways, if my
calculations are correct.
Any impute is appreciated.
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