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When organising a funeral it is important to consider the transport for how you get to and from the funeral. When travelling to the funeral you can go as part of the funeral cortege or you can travel separately.

 
 

Also you will need to consider where the cortege begins its journey from, often the cortege will begin from the deceased home or somewhere that was special to them.

Type of Hearse

When organising transport to the funeral you will need to select the type of hearse you are wishing to use, which could be a horse-drawn hearse, motorised hearse or even a motorcycle hearse.

If you are unsure on which to choose your funeral director will be able to discuss with you the advantages and disadvantages of each to help make your decision. It is worth noting however that if you do choose to have a horse-drawn or motorcycle hearse you may also want to have another hearse following to carry the flowers.


Limousines

When choosing if you are wanting to follow the hearse in a limousine, supplied by your funeral director, it is important to remember that after the funeral you may need further transport to get to the wake or to get home so it is important to make arrangements with another funeral guest or with the funeral directors for further transport following the service.

You may also want to consider how many limousines you will need; generally limousines are made to hold 6 people, but it is best to check with your funeral director to see how many can be held in the limousines they provide.

Often with large families multiple limousines are required, your funeral director will be able to help ensure that during the funeral there is enough for those who choose to arrive via limousine.


The Route  

When organising the funeral procession you may want to organise the route the cortege travels before the funeral begins.

Often the cortege will start at a place the deceased spent a lot of their time or from their home, and then travel past other places the deceased held dear to them before arriving at the funeral.


Additional Requirements

If you have any additional requirements you have for getting to the funeral it is important to voice them to your funeral director. These requirements may include needing wheelchair access, so it is important the funeral director knows so they can make arrangements for the day.
 
 
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