Pakistan Driving Advice and Car Hire Info
Driving In Pakistan
Before planning on driving abroad in Pakistan you should check your Governments website for advice on travel within the country as there may be restrictions on travel to certain areas such as Peshawar, Kohat, Tank, Banu, Lakki, Charsadda, Hangu, Karak and Dera Ismail Khan. The UK Government also currently advises against travel on certain sections of the Karakorum Highway. Pakistan drives on the left in right hand drive cars. Roads are crowded, drivers are often aggressive and poorly trained, and many vehicles, particularly large trucks and buses, are badly maintained. Expect all manner of animals, pedestrians and slow moving, often unlit vehicles to be on the road. Roads, including most major highways, also suffer from poor maintenance and often have numerous potholes, sharp drop-offs and barriers that are not sign-posted You should avoid driving at night as the potential hazards become worse on roads which are usually not lit. Driving in major cities is chaotic with little attention to rules and large volumes of traffic. If you are forced to drive in a major city, ask the rental company to take you to / meet you at the outskirts and let them drive in the centre.
This is a local broker site
Pakistan Self Drive Rules-
there are different rules in place depending on the company you rent from and the location. Eg Sixt need you to advise them if you intend to drive outside Karachi. Hertz have locations in all main cities and one way rentals seem to be a possibility. Europcar mention restrictions on cars being taken out of Pakistan but don’t detail which countries.