Metal urn during a funeral ceremony.

How the Funeral Business Is Changing

The funeral business is rapidly changing as more customers choose to memorialize their loved ones in ever-evolving ways. For example, people are choosing to opt for cremations and green burials more than ever before. In response, funeral business owners need to evolve to match their customer’s demands. Today, Coachwest will discuss the many ways funerals…

Finding The Right Funeral Car Matters

Why Finding The Right Funeral Car Is Important Nobody expects or fully prepares for the sad day when a loved one passes away. Whether it happens abruptly or after a long drawn-out battle with cancer, death never comes with us fully ready for it. Things come quickly after that: planning the funeral service, contacting loved…

Funeral director in front of funeral cars

How to Drive Funeral Cars For a Living

How to Drive Funeral Cars For a Living Funeral car drivers are responsible for transporting the remains of the deceased from funeral homes to their final resting place. They drive vans, limousines, coaches, and other types of funeral cars depending on the needs of their clients. To become a funeral car driver you need a…