Irish people are less generous than those in other European countries when it comes to tipping their taxi drivers, according to new research.
On average, Irish drivers receive €2.54 in tips per ride with the average ridefare of €50.50 this means that passengers tip 5% of their fare.
According to the research carried out by Taxi2airport, this puts Ireland in 25th place in a European context.
Of the 37 European countries surveyed, travellers in the UK give, on average, the highest tips.
On average, UK taxi drivers receive €7.95 tip followed by Finland (€7.36), Switzerland (€7.09) and Sweden (€7.04).
Macedonian drivers are the least fortunate when it comes to tips with an average tip of 99c.
Taxi tips are also low in Russia and Georgia (both €1.05), Bosnia & Herzegovina (€1.25) and Serbia (€1.47).
The survey which was carried out in 37 European countries asked more than 2,500 connected cab drivers to keep track of their tips.