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Who we are

We deal exclusively with the motoring needs of the funeral industry and understand your unique business needs. If you need assistance with finding the right funeral vehicle or associated parts, services or accessories then talk to us today.

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What we do

Funeralcar.co.za is Southern Africa's online search portal that caters to the specific motoring needs of the funeral industry by providing a unique and diverse platform to advertise industry related vehicles, associated products and services as well as assisting with the procurement of quotes.

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Services

Our services extend to the advertising of suitable vehicles for first call, hearses, family vehicles, MPV's, conversions, assisting with obtaining comprehensive quotes, rentals, fleet management and much more.

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LOOKING TO BUY?

Whatever funeral vehicle you require. Whether its for use as a hearse, removal vehicle, MPV, family vehicle, even associated vehicles such as ambulances, mini buses, buses, trucks and trailers. We can help!

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LOOKING TO SELL?

We provide you with a popular online platform to advertise your new / pre -owned vehicles, to find you a suitable buyer, quick and easy.

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LOOKING TO CONVERT?

We provide you with body builders/vehicle converters recognized and recommended by the funeral and motor industry who are well equipped to assist with your vehicle conversion.

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Spotlight

 

#OnRoad with FuneralCar.co.za

Our very first multi-brand specialized Ride n Drive Event for the Funeral Industry in SA!

  • Ride 'n Drive GP

From Buitengeluk, Fourways to French Toast, Hartbeespoort. 13/03/2019

"We would like to thank you for arranging the day out with all the different vehicle manufacturers. I think the day was a huge success and that future events of this kind will be well supported. Thank you for all the manufacturers attending and making their vehicles available as well as MasterDrive. I for one am looking at different vehicles than what we would have looked at before."
- Deon Koekemoer, GM Martins Funerals Franchising

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What is the Procedure when a Death Occurs?
Regarding Transport of the Body.

  • If a person dies in hospital of natural causes, the doctor will issue a death notice. Many private hospitals don’t have mortuary facilities, in those cases a funeral director needs to be contacted immediately to collect the deceased. State Hospitals generally have mortuary facilities, the body must remain there until a death notice is issued.
  • If a person dies in hospital of unnatural causes, the body will need to be transferred to a state mortuary for a compulsory post-mortem (autopsy). The state mortuary will then issue a death notice.
READ MORE about what the procedure is when a death occurs regarding the transportation of the body.

 

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ENHANCED VALUE AND FEATURES TO THE MERCEDES-BENZ VITO RANGE

The Mercedes-Benz Vito range has always stood for flexibility and economy, but the Vito 111 Tourer 9-seater underscores its claim of all-purpose value for a lot less, more than ever before.

For funeral transportation businesses planning to establish their fleet and professionalise their image - the Vito 111 Tourer is truly a vehicle that delivers.

The recently enhanced Vito with additional features offers tangible strengths and benefits where it matters to service delivery and maintenance at a lower cost than ever before.

The latest addition to the Mercedes-Benz Vito range sports a transverse-mounted, compact four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1.6 litres and 84kw. It is now available nationally at an attractive price of R525 000, including VAT.

READ MORE about why the Vito 111 Tourer is a leader in the mid-size van segment.

Funeral Processions and Red Robots:

"Has anyone noticed this too...? ...a funeral procession passes straight through red robots or stop streets without Metro Police or points man controlling the intersection?
They have their hazards (some) on and their car lights and then because they are off to a funeral, they ignore all rules of the road. Is it so urgent to bury the dead that we must endanger the lives of the living?
Without the correct permission and the correct paperwork funeral processions must at all times obey all traffic laws and regulations."
- Derek Kirkby
Training Director, MasterDrive

South African Funeral Expo 2018

The South African Funeral Expo 2018 is a leading trade exhibition focusing on all aspects of the funeral industry in South Africa. This two-day event will spotlight leading suppliers and new products and will facilitate excellent networking opportunities for the industry.

The Expo took place this year between 5 - 6 September 2018 at the Emerald Casino, Vanderbijl Park.

Click here to check out the cars on display at this year’s Expo!

Did You Know?

A bier was the first type of carrying device used to move remains. Made up of a flat wooden form, the body, wrapped in a shroud, or the coffin box was placed upon this framework and carried by hand to the burial place. This framework became known as a hearse: a way to transport the body or coffin.
Biers are still used today but are made of aluminum and have wheels for ease of movement. Also known as a church truck, it is used to move the casket to and from the church or funeral home. These hand-carried hearses evolved into horse-drawn wagons during the 17th century.
#interestingfacts #historyofthechurchtrolley

www.funeralcar.co.za

The Motoring Website for the Funeral Industry

 

 

Latest Toyota Rush Now available at Bidvest McCarthy Toyota Centurion

The New Toyota Rush Hearse, seen recently at the SA Funeral Expo πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ is now available to purchase from Bidvest McCarthy Toyota Centurion... for under R360 000! πŸ™ŒπŸΎ

For more info / quote requests kindly contact Elizabeth on
Direct Tel: +27 12 653 9418
Cell: +27 72 3255994
or click here to leave an enquiry: https://goo.gl/Jf6RXT

www.funeralcar.co.za
The Motoring Website for the Funeral Industry

Is driving a left hand drive car allowed in South Africa?

As per the AA:

"A left hand drive vehicle may be driven in South Africa if it was first registered in the country on or before, 23 July 2004. The current owner may dispose / transfer ownership of the vehicle. However, importing left hand drive vehicles into South Africa is no longer allowed."

www.funeralcar.co.za

The Motoring Website for the Funeral Industry

 

 

New Hyundai H1 Bus

For Quote Requests / to find out more regarding the New H1 Bus seen recently at the SA Funeral Expo πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦

Contact Jeanine Voges on +27 (0) 10 248 8000 / 082 632 7232 or email jeaninev@hyundai.co.za
(We highly recommend! )

Jeanine is based at Hyundai Head Office, and overseeing the funeral industry business. πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ

No matter where you are in SA, Jeanine will ensure you get great service, pricing and understanding of your business needs ...through a well-suited and informed Hyundai dealer near to you! πŸ˜Ž

www.funeralcar.co.za
The Motoring Website for the Funeral Industry

 

Recommendation Letter

The management of South African Funeral Supplies would hereby like to commend Rachel Stead for the fantastic contribution she has made in the vehicles space within the funeral industry. Her vision to create a platform where ‘all things vehicle’ can be accessed and shared is a welcomed one. She has been instrumental in exposing the funeral industry’s needs and wants to the motoring sector and the driving force being their participation in industry events.
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What is the rear floor length required for vehicles serving the needs of the funeral industry?

This is a question we often get asked by our friends in the motor industry.
The most popular answer we receive from our friends in the funeral industry would be "2,25m"(However, this length can vary according to various applications, personal preferences, preferred configurations and other factors.)

To the motor industry in SA...If we can offer a suggestion when selling/renting / leasing vehicles for the service of the funeral industry it would be this:
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