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Funeral Cars

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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Each and every funeral is individual to the family concerned.  A funeral procession usually consists of the hearse carrying the coffin, followed by one or more limousines containing close family, but none of this is obligatory.

While you may want to make traditional transport arrangements, if you are concerned about money or your budget, you could book only a hearse and encourage guests to make their own way to the service.

We at Bristol & Weston are able to offer a choice of vehicles to suit your needs at a fraction of the cost you would pay a funeral director.  We have Black Mercedes S Class Long Wheel Base vehicles and Black Mercedes E Class or Silver Audi A8 Long Wheel Base vehicles and Silver Mercedes S Class Long Wheel base vehicles.  Other vehicles include BMW, and 8 seater MPVs.

 

When considering funeral transport options remember to consider more than just the deceased's journey such as:

*Are any of the mourners disabled and do they require adapted transport?

*Do you wish for the funeral procession to take a specific route?

*Who will be travelling in the official cortege?

*Are the prices within my budget?

 

If you have a preferred route to the funeral ceremony, please let us know beforehand so that we may plan our route and timings to meet your special request.

Should you require further information on what we can offer you or would like a quote, please call a member of our experienced team on Freephone 02808 1234949

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