This is the world’s toughest chauffeur

A few of the grizzled-bodyguard stereotypes do hold true, however. "When I go out for dinner, I always sit with my back to the wall, looking at the door. I can't hold a conversation, but I can tell you what every person in the restaurant is drinking and what brand of cigarettes they're smoking. Not so good for a romantic evening..."

And that attitude of mild paranoia pervades behind the wheel, too. "I don't wear a seatbelt," says Dohrmann, grabbing his loose belt as proof. "Makes it slower to get out." He pulls the strap tight across his throat. "And you don't want someone to lean in through the window and strangle you..."