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Rules & Regulation:

All traffic in Pakistan runs on the left side.

International or own national license is valid. All vehicles must be insured and registered. Minimum age for driving is 18 years. Speed limit is 65 km/h at most roads. Highways and Motorways speed limit is 120 km/h.

In Pakistan, driving licences can be obtained by applying to any traffic police office/licensing authority in applicant's place of abode.

Any person male/female of the minimum age of 18 years can apply for a driving licence. The applicant must show his/her National Identity Card and proof of residence of the area in which a candidate is applying and must be able to read a car number plate from a distance of 20.5 meter (65'). Driving licences issued in Pakistan carry no security features. Some are as basic as a laminated piece of paper with the essential information and photo of the licensee with a stamp and signature of a high ranking traffic police official.

Candidates have to pass a theory and practical test to obtain driving licence.