I am a limousine driver – I always have an important item with me for clients and it is very important where I place it in the vehicle
A TIKTOK creator has shaken things up by revealing why his limousine isn’t typical of the late nights and parties one usually thinks of.
Nathan Morris gave us a trip his employer’s limousine, which is used for funeral processions.
Nathan first shows us that his job’s commercial sedan has three passenger doors.
After entering the limo’s cabin, Nathan finds that most of the passengers are not in the front seat of the vehicle.
Family limousines usually travel in a funeral procession behind the hearse – the vehicle that transports a coffin to a burial site.
Nathan notes that the limousine he is driving is a shortened and stretched Cadillac, just like the hearse.
Unsurprisingly, tissues are mentioned as one of the most important items Nathan carries in the limousine for passengers.
This TikTok creator says he avoids placing tissue boxes on the vehicle seat as passengers can sit on top of the packaging.
Mourning flags, which twist into a slot on the front right side of the limousine, are also important to Nathan’s job.
Nathan said staff at his local cemetery often assist by removing the funeral flag and placing the item in the limousine’s glove box upon arrival.
This limousine driver’s insider TikTok sparked a lot of conversation in the comments section.
A TikTok user asked, “How did the funeral home choose the car colors?
“Do you have several cars of different colors? I’ve seen black, white, silver, pink.”
Nathan replied, “We all have black. It’s a preference per site.
“Also strategic not to be the same color as another local supplier.”
Another TikTok user commented, “In the six years I’ve been at this [funerals]… we rarely used the family car.
“Because no one wants to go back to FH [funeral home] after the cemetery.”
Nathan replied, “We drop off many on request.”
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