Funeral Transportation Services
Although we cater to many of the surrounding cemeteries, we are known for the best Arlington National Cemetery funeral limo service in the area. We suggest buses, town cars and funeral limousines for your family or group.
Funeral Limos, Town Cars, & Shuttles
We have black and white town cars available for your funeral transportation. We also have SUVs, Sprinters, and Shuttle Buses available to transport family and friends.
Your family deserves the best in your time of mourning, and handling transportation will be our concern so you can focus on what is important. Call us today or book online and take the worry out of your Funeral plans.
- young Torres-Morelli
I would recommend this limo service to EVERYONE who needs it. Sunny was very professional and attentive. I reserved a vehicle and there was a surprise that picked up my bestfriend for her wedding!!!... read more - 9/13/2020
- peter ellis
On July 17 2020 we and the wife celebrated 15 of marriage and use PresidentOak Limousine and they did 💯💯💯💯💯 on time and very professional MUST say if you need a car service Presidential Is the 1. Sunn... read more - 8/17/2020
- Joseph Myles III
My family and I had a great experience. I used their service for my Wife’s birthday. The driver (Max) was on time, pleasant and very professional. We rented the Ford Expedition Suv limo. The limo was ... read more - 8/11/2020Moses Ayala
Booked a wine tour for my birthday. For those who may be planning a wine tour, as of the writing of this review, keep in mind that many of the wineries in VA do not allow groups of over ten. You could... read more - 8/04/2020
Our funeral limousine service is one of the finest in the Washington DC area as we cater to professionals who require high-end services.
Arlington National Cemetery Facts:
- Any active duty member of the Armed Forces may be buried at Arlington National Cemetery (except persons actively serving for training purposes only)
- The first funeral was held in May 1864 and since then over 400,000 have been buried
- On every Memorial Day weekend since 1948, troops in the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment—the Army’s official ceremonial unit known as the “Old Guard”—have placed small American flags in front of all of Arlington’s tombstones.