Hi there.  My name is Kent Bradley, I am the Owner and operator of Slick's Shuttle Service.

I started driving for 'ABC Cab' in Sierra Vista in 1998, and when the owner of ABC passed away, I started to drive for 'Transportation Express'.  After approximately 5 years with Transportation Express another driver and I, broke away and started our own company 'Two Tone Taxi', but, few years later our partnership dissolved and I then started 'Slick's Shuttle Service'. I officially declared start business on December 7, 2014.

In the 3 years of service, we have grown from 1 vehicle to 7 vehicles, we cater to all citizens, including the elderly and the military to get them to their destination(s) with little to no hassles. We do our best to get them to their appointments and to their work 'on time' or just to get them out on the town.

Our mission is for Slick's Shuttle Service (S.S.S.) to be the best shuttle company in Sierra Vista. S.S.S. has been in business for approximately three years. Our goal is to provide excellent customer service to the citizens of Sierra Vista and the Military. We are veteran owned and operated.

We promote and encourage people that have been drinking to take a shuttle instead of driving home when having a little to much on the town. Their safety and the safety of others are of high priority. We even have a program to provide a driver that'll drive the (incapable) customer's car home from the bar.

Locally, within the Sierra Vista city limits, the price to pay a shuttle is only $5.00 a person (Children 12 and under ride free with a paying adult).  Please click on the 'Prices' link above, for further details on our services.

Our potential for growth is unlimited. There are so many citizens that are unable or cannot drive a vehicle, so they depend largely upon shuttles to get them where they need to be.

We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year with a dispatcher who answers the phone and dispatches the calls accordingly.  All drivers are contracted with S.S.S. and undergo training, pass a security check and urinalysis test for the use of drugs.