Look, it kind of pains me to write this, because it was "fun." If I'm being honest, though, this outfit needs a lot of work.
Arturo was an awesome tour guide. He was friendly, knowledgeable and flexible. That said, he had to spend most of his time being our personal mechanic.
Here's the main issue, the dune buggies are in terrible (I mean absolutely decrepit) condition. The first dune buggy we were in (yes first) suddenly started losing power. No matter how much I held down the gas, it just wouldn't go. It eventually shutoff in the middle of the desert. Honestly, that was probably for the best, since the brakes barely worked. I learned quickly to keep a huge distance between cars, because barely anything happened when pressing the brake.
After our original dune buggy croaked, they had us get out and hop into the dune buggy that the camera guy was driving. This worked for a minute until I realized that it wouldn't steer. I'm not sure what was up with the alignment, but it took every ounce of my strength (and I'm a fairly big dude) to keep the car from veering off the road. In fact, on one turn, the car literally got stuck with the wheels frozen to one side. This ultimately wasn't a huge problem since the engine stopped working altogether. Arturo had to jury rig the engine a few times to get it started, but it barely had enough power to make it back to home base.
Bottom line, the cars are terrible and not even safe to drive. I like the team, but unless they spend some money fixing their cars I'll never go back.