The History of the Buggy

Hotshots Brewery Tours and Hotshots Limo began with an idea and a love for beer. Three beer drinkers with a serious work problem decided it was time to put their passion for beer and love of San Diego (and its glorious brewery scene) to work for them. First came a 2002 fire buggy used by the Angeles National Forest Hotshots crew to save lives and put fires in their place. The three enterprising young men got to work designing the interior, sanding and painting the buggy until it was a bright red brewery shuttle, ready to take on her new life as a party buggy. And so the idea expanded. Folks loved the buggy so much, Hotshots transformed another fire buggy, this time from Las Vegas, into another Brewery Tour shuttle.
The twins, as they are affectionately called, have taken thousands of satisfied beer aficionados to breweries in San Diego, Orange and Riverside Counties. The Hotshots founders wanted to offer transportation to a wider group of folks, however. They wanted a high class, refined and of course unique way of getting people around to breweries. While they were thinking about it, those three handsome and charismatic young men thought, “Why not offer super awesome transportation to anywhere, for weddings, quinceaneras, corporate trips, family cruises?” So, taking a leap, and a huge bank note, they went to the premier coach builder in North America, Grech Motors, to design and have built a sexy, sleek and very fun limo bus. The Hotshots Limo bus is the best way to get around town with friend or family or both. The only thing better than the Hotshots Limo bus is the level of service. Those three handsome, charismatic, enterprising, smart and witty young fellas that started the whole Hotshots Transportation endeavor (ok, I might be one of them), think everyone should be treated like a king or queen (or at least a highly decorated sovereign prince) and spend a lot of time training their employees to be safe, courteous, and knowledgeable guides while spending time with Hotshots.
Cheers and we hope to see you soon.

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    1. We do. Depending on the type of service that is chosen by our guests it can range from 10$ per hour to 10$ per person for our all inclusive tours. Please contact us with any other questions.

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