Valet Confessions

Valet Confessions – What we think about you and your car

So my time as a Valet is done, no more running up and down stairs, no more going back down stairs to get your phone that you left in the car, no more sticky, stinky and dirty cars and no more customer you just want to strangle. Being a Valet is not driving supercars all day, most of the cars I drove were the boring cars you see every day, like your car. After parking over 60-100 cars a day and having a short chat with owners. I have built up a big list of personalities for different makes and models, which nationalities are the rudest and cheapest and what cars are the filthiest. Being a massive car enthusiast I thought I would share my studies of the personalities that I think go with different brands and models. I will tell you what cheap skates drive, what nice people drive and what car is the biggest TOOL car. Plus I will tell you what my favorite cars were to drive. I’m not a writer so please take it easy on me with spelling and grammar mistakes, but share your comments and experiences below. Before we get in the makes and models. Some quick Q & A.

First: Will the valet thrash my car

NO. But we want too, we are generally driving around a car park that has guests,  managers and other members of the public walking around. We are wearing a valet vest and if people see a valet speeding the first this they do is complain which means we are out of a job. So NO. If we could yes we would to 50% of cars. Not because it’s a nicer car than we own, but because 50% of you are dicks. Next Page :

Will the Valet scratch my car because they can’t drive?


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