Safety Guidelines

Health & Safety Guidelines

CDC Guidelines

CDC Guidelines

Next Adventure 805 follows all CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting our vehicles. This includes cleaning and disinfecting commonly touched surfaces such as grab points, seats, seat belts, and their release mechanisms, door handles, and armrests. Our drivers will wear a cloth face covering and will never operate a vehicle when they are ill. We utilize antimicrobial cleaning products that have little to no fragrance added and refrain from utilizing products that have a strong bleach odor.

Besides the cleaning and disinfecting procedures we use, we have also elected to eliminate shared tours. This decision was made to help ensure our customers are as comfortable as possible on their wine tour. We work with each winery to provide our clients with a private tasting experience.

TCP Number

Ever see that little TCP number on vehicles and wonder what it means?

A TCP number means you’re working with a properly insured and licensed transportation company. It means all safety and security protocols are in place to keep you and your fellow passengers safe. It means that a full inspection by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s office took place and certified that companies' vehicles were safe to operate.

TCP numbers are required for all paid transport in the state of California to ensure that they meet all of the state, local, and federal requirements to operate and keep you safe!

Our TCP number is 38135.

For more information, or to see if your transportation company is registered with the Public Utilities Commission, visit