Maybe it's just a southern courtesy, but most places south that I've lived, when we see a hearse coming the opposite direction on the road, everyone immediately pulls to the edge of the highway and stops until the entire procession (indicated by headlights) passes completely by. Then, traffic resumes. It usually only takes a minute or 2 and I think it's a pretty nice show of respect for the folks who are grieving. Overtaking and passing a funeral procession from behind is also just not done around here. You follow, at a distance...even if it means a 35 mph trip of several miles... Any such habits where you live?