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When you travel in a cortege the funeral director will do their best to ensure that the vehicles are kept together, however as part of a funeral cortege it is important to note a few basic rules;

 
 
Firstly you need to ensure as you are driving within the procession you keep your headlights on, and secondly you should keep close to the vehicle in front of you, making sure you leave enough room to brake; these rules will help to ensure the safety of everyone in the cortege, as well as allowing other road users to know that your car is part of the procession.

As part of a funeral cortege general road rules still apply, so if you have to stop for a red light the funeral directors will make sure to wait for you to catch up to the front of the procession.

Be respectful

If you find yourself seeing a cortege for someone it is important to show respect to the individual and their family and friends by following a few basic courtesies.

These courtesies include pulling over to the side of the road so to allow the procession to continue, driving at a slower speed, keep your distance in a vehicle and don’t make any unnecessary noise. This respect goes a long way in helping the deceased’s family and friends grieve.

 
 
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