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On average a rental car in Nepal costs $574 per week ($82 per day).
On average a rental car in Nepal costs $2,460 per month ($82 per day).
When driving your car rental from the car rentals in Nepal, please remember the following. First, unlike most countries, including the United States and Canada, where drivers are encouraged to keep driving to the right unless overtaking, Nepal has adopted the Japanese driving style, where driving is on the left side. The driver's seat is positioned on your car's right side. Most Nepal roads feature warning signs, speed limit signs, and checkpoints ahead signs. Also note that livestock like ducks, goats, and cows can cross unguided anytime in Nepal. These animals are usually given the right of way.
If you intend to rent a car from any of the Nepal car rentals for your movement convenience and flexibility, please note that most of the car rentals in Nepal have adopted different minimum age limits for different types or classes of cars. For instance, for you to rent a heavy vehicle class of cars, including tour buses, you will be expected to have attained at least 21 years of age limit. On the other hand, an 18-year-old can be allowed to rent vehicles classified under light vehicles, such as medium cars.
In Nepal, a gallon of gas goes for about 686 NPR (Nepalese Rupees) (6.00 USD). A liter of gas in Nepal costs about 196 NPR (1.50 USD). Most of the gas stations in Nepal are situated near towns, city centers, or suburbs. If you are to explore the rural parts of Nepal, kindly consider refilling enough for your route.
Try to observe the following speed limit guidelines to avoid violating Nepal's traffic rules and regulations when driving your rented car from Nepal car rentals. First, observe a 40 km/h (25 mph) maximum speed limit when driving in urban areas. Second, 80 km/h (50 mph) is recommended when driving in rural areas. Lastly, maintain a 25 km/h (16 mph) speed limit when driving through residential areas and schools.