The hearse van facility is primarily meant for the all to transport the body of their deceased. We ensure the availability of transportation for all people. The name is derived, through the French herse, from the latin Herpex, which means a Harrow. The funeral hearse was orignally a Wooden or Metal Framework, which stood over the bier or Coffin and supported the pall. It was provided with numerous spikes to hold burning candles, and owing to the resemblance of these spikes to the teeth of a harrow, was called a HERSE.
A Hearse vehicle is used to pick up the remains of a recently deceased person, and transport that person to the funeral home for preparation.