Driving rule in Nepal are not so much effective. These are the driving rules in Nepal. These are the traffic rules in Nepal. Let us know speed limit in Nepal as well.

These are the rules that are not followed in Nepal. These are important rules that must be followed but it is the fault of government or the people not to take it seriously.

Driving rule in Nepal

Zebra crossing rule in Nepal: Zebra crossing driving rule is not followed in Nepal. Zebra markings in the road are prioritized for pedestrian (people who are walking) and cycle riders. Zebra crossing where traffic lights are not installed must allow walking people and cycles to cross the road giving them more priority. This rule is followed in all developed countries besides Nepal, India and few south Asian countries.

Speed limit in Nepal: Speed limit of vehicle in Nepal is not clearly mentioned around the roads. Highway roads, streets, main roads, inner roads have different speed limits. These speed limits must be in clearly visible position so that every drivers and riders could see. There is no exact speed limit in Nepal.

Lane rule in Nepal: Lane is also not followed in Nepal. Extreme bold line on the middle of the road means no vehicle are allowed to cross the line. Dotted lines means that vehicles are allowed to to cross the line but carefully.

Talking on phone rule in Nepal: This is not allowed in Nepal too. But illiterate, dumb people do not obey the rule. Traffic rules must be strict to follow rule called No phone while driving.

Traffic rule in Nepal

Traffic rules in Nepal: Nepal traffic rules: Yes, there are traffic rules in Nepal.

traffic rules in nepal

These traffic rules are important to know. You will be asked about these signs in Nepal driving license exam.
speed limit of bike in Nepal
traffic sign in Nepal
which side people should walk in road as traffic rule in Nepal : Left side
highway rules in Nepal : Overtake through the right side, not through the left.
driving rules of nepal

There is a new Pokhara traffic rule implemented in Pokhara.