Most people don’t realize that there are alternatives to the classic big black hearse. The best and most creative transportation we’ve seen is in the UK Keep in mind that it’s hard to find a hearse driver that will deal with you directly rather than go through a traditional funeral director. In fact, most funeral directors have their hearses on-site and built into their business model. That being said, there are a few different options to choose from when it comes to finding a hearse that will take your loved one to and from a funeral and to a cemetery. Look at these different types of Funeral Hearses,

A Hearse you can drive yourself - different types of Funeral Hearses

There are a few out there that feel a great need to be the one to drive their loved one on their last journey. We found one option that will supply the hearse and let you drive it. The Carriage Master (Mr. James Hardcastle) will bring you a hearse or limousine anywhere in the country. His insurance will cover you as well. If you decide you’d like someone else to drive it, they are happy to accommodate that as well. Check out his operation here.

What types of hearses are out there? - different types of Funeral Hearses

different types of Funeral Hearses - Traditional Hearse

Traditional, Modern coloured Hearses and hand pulled biers.

different types of Funeral Hearses - horse drawn hearse

Horse-drawn Hearses.

different types of Funeral Hearses - motorcycle and bicycle hearse

Motorcycle and Bicycle Hearses.

different types of Funeral Hearses  - Vintage Lorry, 4 × 4, VW and Morris Minor Hearses

Vintage Lorry, 4 × 4, VW and Morris Minor Hearses.

different types of Funeral Hearses - Citron, Hot-rod, Hummer and Del Boy Hearses.

Citron, Hot-rod, Hummer and Del Boy Hearses.

different types of Funeral Hearses  - Tank, Fire engine and Goth Hearses.

Tank, Fire engine and Goth Hearses.