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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

 

What is the significance of the blanket covering the coffin?

“Traditionally in the African culture, whenever a death occurred an animal was slaughtered as a meal but more importantly as a "send-off" gift accompanying the deceased, and the skin of the animal usually a cow wrapped the deceased, in later years the skin then draped the coffin carrying the same significance and now recently the same concept is carried by using a blanket draping the coffin which represents a respectful covering of the Deceased.”

- Bongani, GS Funeral Parlour

Rachel Stead is SA's funeral car go-to person

Ambitious entrepreneur, Rachel Stead has brought two massive local industries –

motoring and funeral services – together through her innovative online search portal, FuneralCar. FuneralCar is an online search portal that caters to the specific motoring needs of the funeral industry. It provides a platform for the advertising of suitable vehicles for first call, hearses, family cars,

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SA sets 'new world record' for longest hearse parade

A convoy of 110 funeral cars lapped the Kyalami circuit to unofficially 'beat' the Guinness record

A Guinness world record for the longest parade of hearses was unofficially set at the Kyalami racetrack on Tuesday.A convoy of 111 hearses, later revised to 110 after one broke down, reportedly drove around the Midrand circuit to beat the previous record of 107 hearses, achieved in Baarn, Netherlands, in August 2012.

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110 SA hearses line up to challenge Guinness World Record title holder

The number of funeral cars and new log still to be officially verified.

The Kyalami Grand Prix circuit has played host to some of the biggest motorsport events in the world since opening in 1961, with countless records having been set and broken here over the last 58 years.And in what was probably the most bizarre but still significant event, the 4.52km ribbon that is South Africa’s best known motorsport track hosted a new Guinness World Record attempt on October 8 for the most hearses present in procession at the same time.

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The Motoring Website for the Funeral Industry

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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."

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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 HAS HAPPENED TO SA LIMO?

Many have been asking....

Today we paid a visit to the "New" SA Limo... where we were welcomed by quite a few sets of brothers.

SA Brothers Conversions in association with Florida Panelbeaters (www.floridapanelbeaters.co.za - check out their fantastic credentials and services on offer!) have taken over SA Limousines... the company is now called SA Brothers Conversions.

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