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Fischer Mobile Notary - Process Service & More

(901) 209-2028 | Website
11231 Wolf Woods Dr, Arlington, TN 38002 | Directions
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Hours: Mon-Fri:10:00 am - 7:00 pm/Sat, Sun:9:00 am - 5:00 pm/

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**Fischer Mobile Notary - Process Service & More will provide FREE vehicle escort service to military personnel killed in action from the airport or train station to the funeral home.**

Funeral Escorts





As required by Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 8, Chapter 16, I hereby provide the following NOTICE: "I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, AND I MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE."









Our lead escort vehicle will run the designated route 45-60 minutes prior to the escort to make note of any construction or road hazards.

Please inform all Participants to TURN on vehicle HEADLIGHTS AND Hazard 4 way lights. Vehicles will be issued an orange sign to place on your mirror. Vehicles not displaying the issued sign shall not be included in the Funeral procession.





We are available 7 days a week to schedule services . For more information about our service contact us at 901-209-2028 or email erik.fischer@fischernotaryservices.com. Thank you for your interest in our company.





Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-8-183
Pages: 3Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-8-183
TENNESSEE CODE ANNOTATED
© 2015 by The State of Tennessee
All rights reserved
*** Current through the 2015 Regular Session ***
Title 55 Motor and Other Vehicles
Chapter 8 Operation of Vehicles -- Rules of the Road
Part 1 Operation of Vehicles -- Rules of the Road
Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-8-183 (2015)
55-8-183. Funeral processions.



(a) Funeral processions properly identified by a flashing amber light on the lead vehicle, or identified as a police escort, where the vehicle has visual signals and is equipped with or displays an amber light accompanied by a blue light visible from the front of the vehicle, or led by a properly identified escort, shall have the right-of-way on any street, highway, or road through which they may pass, subject to the following provisions:

(1) The operator of the leading vehicle in a funeral procession shall comply with stop signs and traffic-control signals, but when the leading vehicle has progressed across an intersection in accordance with that signal or after stopping as required by the stop sign, all vehicles of the procession may proceed without stopping regardless of the sign or signal when each of these vehicles has its headlights lighted;

(2) Vehicles in a funeral procession shall drive on the right-hand side of the roadway and shall follow the vehicle ahead as close as is practical and safe;

3) Operators of vehicles in a funeral procession shall yield the right-of-way to an authorized emergency vehicle giving audible signal by siren and shall yield the right-of-way when directed to do so by a traffic officer;

(4) On public highways and interstates, vehicles in a funeral procession shall proceed at a minimum speed of forty-five miles per hour (45 mph); and otherwise, on streets and roads at a speed not to exceed five miles per hour (5 mph) below the posted speed;

(5) Vehicles following a funeral procession on a two-lane highway may not attempt to pass the procession; and

(6) No operator of a vehicle shall drive between vehicles in a properly identified funeral procession except when directed to do so by a traffic officer.

(b) Motorcycle escorts of properly identified funeral processions may:

(1) Notwithstanding § 55-8-182(c) or any other law to the contrary, operate a motorcycle between lanes of traffic or between adjacent lines or rows of vehicles;

(2) Notwithstanding § 55-9-201 or any other provision of law to the contrary, install a bell, siren, or exhaust whistle of a type approved by the sheriff of the county in which the motorcycle is to be operated; provided, that the system is deactivated at all times the motorcycle is not escorting a properly identified funeral procession; and

(3) Notwithstanding § 55-9-402 or any other law to the contrary, install a green strobe flashing light system of a type approved by the sheriff of the county in which the motorcycle is to be operated; provided, that the system is deactivated at all times the motorcycle is not escorting a properly identified funeral procession.

(c) (1) Unless complying with the specific order of a law enforcement officer, no operator of a motor vehicle shall knowingly:

(A) Fail to yield the right-of-way to a properly identified funeral procession progressing across an intersection in accordance with subdivision (a)(1);

(B) While following a properly identified funeral procession along a two-lane street, road or highway, pass or attempt to pass a properly identified funeral procession; or

(C) Drive or attempt to drive between the vehicles within a properly identified funeral procession.

(2) Each violation of subdivision (c)(1) is punishable by a civil penalty not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.00).

(3) For purposes of this subsection (c), to be a "properly identified" funeral procession, the procession must be indicated by a flashing amber light and a auditory signaling device mounted on the lead vehicle or by other properly identified escort, and a flag or other appropriate marking device on each vehicle in the procession indicating that the vehicle is part of the funeral procession.

(4) Any county or municipality may adopt the provisions of this subsection (c) for properly identified funeral processions within its jurisdiction by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the legislative body of that county or municipality. If a county or municipality adopts this subsection (c), the presiding officer of that legislative body shall proclaim and certify its adoption to the secretary of state.

HISTORY: Acts 1978, ch. 498, § 1; T.C.A., § 59-884; Acts 1999, ch. 450, § 3; 2000, ch. 691, § 1; 2001, ch. 50, § 1; 2002, ch. 509, §§ 1, 2; 2003, ch. 72, § 1; 2006, ch. 581, § 1.







Fischer Mobile Notary - Process Service & More is a vehicle escort service providing funeral procession escorting to mortuaries and funeral homes in the Tri-State area. Our goal is to provide the highest level of safety and service to our clients and the families they serve.

We work closely with funeral directors to ensure the best and safest routes and to accommodate special requests. Fischer Mobile Notary - Process Service & More prides itself on the vehicle escort service we offer to our clients. Our model is based on safety and therefore utilize vehicles instead of motorcycles. We attempt to ensure that close family members are in immediate line behind the coach and that all attendees of the procession have their headlights and four way or hazards flashers on to assist in identification and to ensure the safety of the funeral procession.





**Fischer Mobile Notary - Process Service & More will provide FREE vehicle escort service to military personnel killed in action from the airport or train station to the funeral home.**





Service is our priority


•Genuine Funeral Tags (Orange for Safety) To Hang On Front Mirror and Last Vehicle has Tag AND Magnetic Funeral Sign.

•Special Requests (Drive By Family Home or Other Location).*

•Meet at Mortuary for Procession to Service Location by Request.*

•Customer Service Always Available for all Orders, Changes to Exisiting Orders or Last Minute Additions or Changes.

•Order Confirmations Sent to Ensure Accuracy of Service Details and Billing.
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