You may want a traditional hearse on the day of the funeral, we have our own traditional black hearse and limousine or prestigious Daimler fleet, however, we can also offer alternative hearses such as Horse Drawn Carriage, Motorbike Hearse, Truck Hearse, VW Camper, Tractor or even a Land Rover Hearse (more options are available). We are happy to discuss your requirements and try our best to source a vehicle suited to your needs.
Land Rover Defender Hearse
Available from One Life Lived are two Defender Hearses, one in black and another in green. The green Defender is a multipurpose vehicle as the deck is removable so it can be used as a follow on vehicle if required.
Motorbike and Trike Hearses
Motorcycle Funerals, the longest established and best-known provider of motorbike hearses, offers clients a choice of either a Triumph Bonneville, a Triumph Thunderbird, a Harley Davidson or a Suzuki Hayabusa. The bikes are immaculately presented and ridden by experienced riders. You have the option of a passenger riding pillion alongside the coffin
Horse Drawn Carriage
With a choice of either black or white carriages with elegant matching coloured horses and feathered plumes, Hanson Carriage Hire offer a truly memorable experience.
Volkswagon Funerals offer a classic VW hearse fleet. You can choose from show winning 'Hearseby' the 1972 bay window hearse, or 'Ernie' the 1965 split screen hearse in two-tone silver for those who love the earlier model.
Lambretta Hearse 1967
Lambretta Lambro 550N 1967 Hearse. This is the only original Lambretta hearse in the UK. Date of production April 1967 ~ March 1969. This vehicle has been completely restored and repainted, colour matched to the original Innocenti paint. The first known Lambretta three-wheeler that was available to purchase was in 1949. The name is derived from the word Lambrate, the suburb of Milan named after the river Lambro which flows through the area, and where the factory was located. In 1967 Lambretta began manufacturing the Lambro 550N.
Currently the only provider in the country of a Subaru Impreza WRX hearse, adorned with the famous '555 WRC' graphics and the unmistakable flat four rumble. The vehicle pays true homage to not just Rallying, or even Subarus WRC glory days, but stands as a true icon in automotive history, representing motorsport passion at the highest level. The Subaru was carefully restored and professionally converted in 2019 and caters for a range of coffin sizes.