UPTO 40% DISCOUNT. Hurry up and grab the OFFER!!

8:15 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday - Friday
Nakkhu Lalitpur, Nepal

Motorcycle, Scooter, Car, Bus, Truck, Machinery vehicle Tax Rate 2079/80|Province 1 – 7

The government of Nepal has implemented a new tax rate mostly on all type of vehicles from the fiscal year 2079/2080. The Tax Rate depends on the CC of vehicle engine. Hence, the amount of payment for the vehicle tax are listed below for your information after the implementation of the new tax rate in all provinces 1-7.

Private Vehicles Taxes

Vehicle Type – Motorcycle/Scooters
CC                            Province 1 (Koshi)
Up to 125cc              Rs. 2800
126cc to 250cc        Rs. 4500
251cc to 400cc        Rs. 9000
Above 400cc           Rs. 16,500

CC                           Province 2 (Janakpur)
Up to 125cc             Rs. 2700
125cc to 160cc        Rs. 4500
161cc to 250cc        Rs. 6000
251cc to 400cc       Rs. 10,000
Above 400cc          Rs. 17,000

CC                           Province 3 (Hetauda)
Up to 125cc             Rs. 3000
125cc to 150cc        Rs. 5000
150cc to 225cc        Rs. 6500
225cc to 400cc       Rs. 11000
400cc to 650cc       Rs. 20,000
Above 650cc           Rs. 30,000

CC                          Province 4 (Pokhara)
Up to 125cc             Rs. 2600
125cc to 250cc        Rs. 4500
251cc to 400cc       Rs. 9500
Above 400cc          Rs. 20,000

CC                         Province 5 (Butwal)
Up to 125cc            Rs. 2500
125cc to 250cc      Rs. 4500
251cc to 400cc      Rs. 9500
Above 401cc          Rs. 20,000

CC                         Province 6 (Birendraagar)
Up to 125cc           Rs. 2500
126cc to 250cc     Rs. 4000
251cc to 400cc     Rs. 8000
Above 401cc         Rs. 15,000

CC                         Province 7 (Godawari)
Up to 125cc           Rs. 2500
126cc to 150cc      Rs. 4500
151cc to 250cc      Rs. 5500
251cc to 400cc     Rs. 8000
Above 401cc         Rs. 9,000

To find out your province >>

Vehicle Type – Car, Jeep, Van, and MicroBus

CC                                  Province 1
Up to 1000cc                  Rs. 21,000
1001cc to 1500cc            Rs. 23,000
1501cc to 2000cc           Rs. 30,000
2001cc to 2500cc           Rs. 35,500
2501cc to 2900cc           Rs. 41,000
Above 2901cc                  Rs. 58,500/-

CC                                    Province 2
Up to 1000cc                   Rs. 20,000
1000cc to 1500cc            Rs. 22,000
1501cc to 2000cc            Rs. 25,000
2001cc to 2500cc           Rs. 35,000
2501cc to 2900cc           Rs. 40,000
Above 2900cc                 Rs. 55,000

CC                                   Province 3
Up to 1000cc                  Rs. 22,000
1000cc to 1500cc           Rs. 25,000
1500cc to 2000cc          Rs. 27,000
2000cc to 2500cc         Rs. 37,000
2500cc to 3000cc         Rs. 50,000
3000cc to 3500cc         Rs. 60,500
Above 3500cc                Rs. 65,000

CC                                  Province 4
Up to 1000cc                 Rs. 20,000
1001cc to 1500cc          Rs. 22,000
1501cc to 2000cc         Rs. 25,000
2001cc to 2500cc        Rs. 34,000
2501cc to 2900cc        Rs. 40,000
Above 2900cc              Rs. 56,000

CC                                 Province 5
Up to 1000cc                 Rs. 20,000
1001cc to 1500cc          Rs. 22,000
1501cc to 2000cc          Rs. 25,000
2001cc to 2500cc         Rs. 34,000
2501cc to 2900cc         Rs. 39,000
Above 2900cc               Rs. 55,000

CC                                  Province 6
Up to 1000cc                 Rs. 19,000
1001cc to 1500cc          Rs. 21,000
1501cc to 2000cc         Rs. 23,000
2001cc to 2500cc         Rs. 32,000
2501cc to 2900cc         Rs. 37,000
Above 2900cc              Rs. 53,000

CC                                 Province 7
Up to 1000cc                Rs. 19,000
1001cc to 1500cc         Rs. 21,000
1501cc to 2000cc         Rs. 23,000
2001cc to 2500cc        Rs. 32,000
2501cc to 2900cc        Rs. 37,000
Above 2900cc              Rs. 53,000

Machinery Vehicle Type – Crane, Tipper, Roller, Dozer, Excavator, Loader
Vehicle Type              Yearly Tax Rate (Province 1 – 7)
Crane, Tipper,            Rs. 38,500 – Rs. 38,500

Roller, Dozer,

Excavator,

Loader                          Rs. 38,500 – Rs. 38,500

Mini-Tipper                Rs. 27,500 – Rs. 27,500

Tractor,                        Rs. 4500
Auto Rickshaw,
Three-wheelers,

Tempo, Power Tiller  Rs. 4500

Mini-Truck / Mini-Bus Rs. 24,500 – Rs. 24,500
Truck / Bus Rs. 33,000 – Rs. 33,000

Public Vehicles Taxes
Vehicle Type – Car, Jeep, Van, and MicroBus
Province (1 – 7)

CC                                    Yearly Tax Rate
Up to 1300cc                 Rs.8,500 – Rs.8,500 – – – –
1301cc to 2000cc          Rs. 9,500 – Rs. 9,500 – – – –
2001cc to 2900cc         Rs. 11,500 – Rs. 11,500 – – – –
2901cc to 4000cc         Rs. 13,500 – Rs. 13,500 – – – –
4001cc and higher       Rs. 16,500 – Rs. 16,500 – – – –

Electric Vehicles Tax
CC                          Province 3 (Tax Rate)
350W-1000W     Rs. 1500
1001W-1500W    Rs. 2000
Above 1501W       Rs. 300

Join us on for having insights on the latest updates on Tours and Travels.
Facebook 
Twitter
YouTube
Instagram

AVAILABLE MOTORCYCLE BRANDS IN NEPAL

* 
Bajaj

* 
BMW

* 
Benelli

* 
Crossfire

* 
Ducati

* 
Harley Davidson

* 
Hartford

* 
Honda

* 
Hero

* 
Jawa

* 
KTM

* 
Norton

* 
Royal Enfield

* 
Suzuki

* 
TVS

* 
Yamaha

AVAILABLE CAR BRANDS IN NEPAL

* 
BMW

* Ford

* 
Honda

* 
Hyundai

* 
Kia

* 
Mazda

* 
Mercedes

* 
Nissan

* 
Peugeut

* 
Renault

* 
Skoda

* 
Suzuki

* 
Datsun

* 
Geely

* 
Toyota

* 
VW

Royal Enfield Motorcycle, what you need to know?

Royal Enfield Classic motorcycles are the iconic iron horses of the Himalayas, leaving a deep emotional imprint on riders for over a century. The ride experience, the majestic feel of its quality retro look, and the instant creation of a bond with the machine always make a perfect memory after you complete a trip. However, to every good thing, there must be some flaws because no one or nothing is perfect in this world. A few things to consider and you are ready to hit the Himalayan roads on the legendary Royal Enfield, which is one of the oldest surviving motorcycle brands in the world.

Despite its retrospective look, legendary legacy and appealing to you, it needs a little care to make it your satisfying reliable company.

Royal Enfield rear Sprocket: Unlike other motorcycles, the Royal Enfield Bullet rear sprocket is a little fragile and tends to get broken on the following occasions: if gear is not properly used according to speed and terrain.

Maximum Spinning of wheels on off road while going rough uphill:

Precaution: Get on 1st gear and use the torque of a 500 CC single to gently glide over the rough uphill at possibly low engine rpm. Because the Royal Enfield 350 has less torque than the Royal Enfield 500, it requires more revving and constant momentum while ascending a high gradient dirt road and may feel a little underpowered.

Misuse or stunts: 

Royal Enfield is not purposely built for stunts and misuse. No matter what level of riding skill you have, the ride becomes more enjoyable, adventurous, and indelible if you ride without hurry, blunder, or crazy actions, and consistently flow with traffic.

Treat Gently, avoid mistreats:

Royal Enfields are not meant to ride 0–60 kmph in under 4 secs or even 6–7–8 seconds. They are purposely built for smooth cruising with gentle accelerations, that beautifully reflects your classic gentleman’s outlook. Better avoid sudden full throttle accelerations on Royal Enfield as it gives lagging response. You know it’s a retro classic motorcycle. If you are fond of sudden acceleration, KTM, Honda, Yamaha, BMW would be the perfect thumbs up for that matter. RE’s engine and engines like that of Honda’s are poles apart. 

In Nepal, Motorcycle parts are expensive in comparison to other neighbouring countries or probably than all over the world:

If you fall down, the bill will be waiting for you according to the damage. In the event of a fall down on land, do not rush to start your bike immediately. Make sure you are calm first, have no injuries, and are fit to ride. Get the bike on a stand properly. Reset the ignition key and wait for at least 1 minute before starting the bike. Seek help if necessary! In the event of a fall while crossing water, and if the engine is switched off, never attempt to start the bike in the water. Get the bike out of the water, then let it dry before starting. Starting a motorcycle in the water after falling down can seriously damage the fuel system and air intake system, which consequently damages the engine seriously.

How to start Royal Enfield motorcycle?

Seek free mechanical assistant from Bikemandu Motorcycle Club  “BME”HUB

Basic tips are listed below, if you struggle with starting your motorcycle. For combustion, an engine needs three fundamentals: fuel, air, and electricity.

  1. Remove the fuel tank lid to let trapped air out of the tank. The trapped air can create a vacuum and prevent the passage of fuel from the fuel tank to the engine.
  2. Check the fuel level by rocking the bike left and right, sometime fuel indicator can be faulty.
  3. Check that the spark plug is securely connected.
  4. Check that the air hose from the air filter box to the carburettor or throttle body to the engine is properly connected.
  5. Check the electricity by pressing the horn. beeps, the motorcycle has electricity.
  6. If a motorcycle is carbureted, check that the fuel supply switch under the tank is not in the “OFF” position. The fuel supply switch must be either “ON” or “Reserve” if less fuel remains in the tank.
  7. If your motorcycle has a kick lever, lubricate the piston and cylinder wall by kicking the lever a couple of times.
  8. Press the start button for 1–3 seconds after turning on the red ignition button.

Motorcycle Starts: Let it warm up for 2 minutes before the ride

Motorcycle doesn’t start:

8a. Motorcycle is EFI and  has choke lever. Press the lever then repeat no 8. Motorcycle starts. Let it warm up for 2 minute before the ride.

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!

8b. Motorcycle has Carburettor. Pull the choke lever at the carburettor then repeat no 8

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!

Riding to Mustang? Follow ways to avoid motorcycle damage

Mustang Ride is a difficult ride for most riders, but for some it is an intermediate ride. The road has many difficult sections, so you need to work as a team in a group, helping each other in those difficult places.

  1. Do not do forced riding!
  2. Ride technically and carefully over difficult obstacles such as rocks, mud, sand, and water crossings. Use first gear while ascending a steep unpaved road.
  3. Avoid stopping in the middle of the climb. For that, look, analyse, plan, and ride.
  4. While descending, use the engine braking system, or for very slow descending on steep downhills, use both brakes by depressing the clutch to avoid stalling.
  5. Nepalese Off road is always difficult to ride, so you need to ride very carefully here.
  6. Bikes may fall down while riding off road if you do not concentrate on riding due to unpredictable rough terrain. Always concentrate while going through the difficult sections!
  7. If your motorcycle has low ground clearance, you need to take care while going over stones, rocks, big holes and crossing water. Not paying attention while riding over humps, rocks etc can break or damage underside of the engine.
  8. Do not spin wheel too much to avoid breakage of rear sprocket if you are riding Royal Enfield Classic.
  9. Avoid riding on half clutch uphill especially if you are riding Himalayan.
  10. Check nuts, bolts, oil level, brakes etc. before and after finishing the ride.
  11. Do not rush and hesitate! Help each other or seek help with a support team

How to Ride Downhill?  Watch Video

Traffic in Nepal & Safe Riding Tips:

World-class traffic rules are in place in Nepal, but there are only a few people who follow traffic rules while driving, so

  1. Always ride defensively by thoroughly understanding the situation.Always protect yourself. Do not expect from other traffic.
  2. Never expect other traffic to give you the right of way. Make your own way very carefully and with good anticipation.
  3. Always use horn in time, when you see hazards, going around bends & overtaking.
  4. Always prepare to move to the left side of the road or stop instantly when you meet an overtaking vehicle from the opposite side.
  5. Always stay in your lane unless necessary. Think about lane discipline!
  6. Never ever overtake around bends.
  7. Never do excessive banking on any Royal Enfield, otherwise the foot rest may touch the road and you may lose control.
  8. Always maintain a gap and keep your braking distance.
  9. Always ride at your controllable speed. It depends on individual riding skills, experience, and the condition of the road and the capacity of the bike.
  10. Ride carefully in the cities (speed limit is 40 km/h). Get familiar with how traffic is flowing.
  11. Never ever stop in the middle of the carriageway under any circumstances. Always use your indicator, check traffic and pull over only at a safe place for stops.
  12. Follow traffic light signals.
  13. Always wear a helmet. If you have good riding gear, it is a clear definition of your awareness.

POLICE CHECK:

Always cooperate with the police politely when you are going through their checkpoints. They are there to help, so do not hesitate to get assistance if necessary.

PARKING MOTORBIKE

  • Always park your motorcycle in a safe location during the day and lock the handle.
  • At night, always park your motorcycle on the centre stand and in close proximity.
  • Never leave your motorcycle on a public road overnight.
  • Start and let your motorcycle run for 10 minutes, even if you are not using it every day, to make sure everything is functional for the next trip.
  • To avoid unexpected breakage, never turn a motorcycle around using a side parking stand.

How to start motorcycles?

Seek free mechanical assistant from Bikemandu Motorcycle Club  “BME”HUB

Basic tips are listed below, if you struggle with starting your motorcycle. For combustion, an engine needs three fundamentals: fuel, air, and electricity.

  1. Remove the fuel tank lid to let trapped air out of the tank. The trapped air can create a vacuum and prevent the passage of fuel from the fuel tank to the engine.
  2. Check the fuel level by rocking the bike left and right, sometime fuel indicator can be faulty.
  3. Check that the spark plug is securely connected.
  4. Check that the air hose from the air filter box to the carburettor or throttle body to the engine is properly connected.
  5. Check the electricity by pressing the horn. beeps, the motorcycle has electricity.
  6. If a motorcycle is carbureted, check that the fuel supply switch under the tank is not in the “OFF” position. The fuel supply switch must be either “ON” or “Reserve” if less fuel remains in the tank.
  7. If your motorcycle has a kick lever, lubricate the piston and cylinder wall by kicking the lever a couple of times.
  8. Press the start button for 1–3 seconds after turning on the red ignition button.

Motorcycle Starts: Let it warm up for 2 minutes before the ride

Motorcycle doesn’t start:

8a. Motorcycle is EFI and  has choke lever. Press the lever then repeat no 8. Motorcycle starts. Let it warm up for 2 minute before the ride.

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!

8b. Motorcycle has Carburettor. Pull the choke lever at the carburettor then repeat no 8

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!

Motorcycle Trip in Nepal, important information here

Welcome to Nepal for an adventure experience once in a lifetime!

Riding in Nepal is an amazing adventure activity. It  offers a lot of interesting and adventurous rides in this Himalayan paradise to add a noble experience to your travel life. The most significant one is the Mustang Motorcycle Tour, which is the ride beyond the Annapurna ranges (Mustang) through one of  the world’s deepest gorges along one of the most scenic roads. In terms of the political situation and people’s concern, Nepal is very safe for all tourists from around the world, but it is still an underdeveloped country. Therefore, you must expect to be deprived of equivalent facilities that are available by developed or European equivalent civilisation.

The Best Season to Ride in Nepal: Nepal is an ideal destination to visit and enjoy at any time of year. If you are planning a road trip or an adventure ride, the best seasons are undoubtedly spring, autumn, and winter until February. A monsoon is due to start; therefore, it is somewhat risky for riding due to unpredictable landslides or flooding. In the short time following the end of the monsoon, one should expect unexpected rain but should not be concerned. A light weatherproof jacket can easily protect you from getting soaked. Roads may not be yet repaired; therefore, riders should expect many difficult sections while riding. Complete mindfulness on the ride is essential whilst enjoying the scenic beauty of the Himalayas. Especially in the mountains, roads are not dry, so riders are to be prepared to cross muddy, slippery obstacles, and a few water crossings may be encountered during the journey. Please get mentally prepared but do not try to go beyond your riding skills and motorcycle limit. Please get help nearby if you are in need while doing a solo ride and cooperate with each other if you are riding in a team. Getting to the maximum edge also depends on the rider’s ability and also the motorcycle’s capacity as well. Therefore, please analyse the situation carefully before attempting. When you are riding in a group, it is ideal to have a support team with a group to work in difficult situations, as there is a likely chance of needing help mechanically. You must always judge the situation and make a logical decision to avoid serious eventualities. It can be a difficult ride for someone here in Nepal, but patience, rest, and going easy will help you explore and enjoy more of this beautiful experience safely and harmoniously.

A few steps that can help you accomplish your riding trips::

Our mission is to get you to your planned destination, have a beautiful experience filled with enjoyment from the trip, and return home safely. Safety when riding comes first to prevent injury and save life. Safe-riding tips are mentioned below to raise your awareness and clarify how we ride in Nepal.

Riding in a group: Riding in a team of 2 or more

While you ride in Nepal, follow the following steps:

  • Stay as a group when you are riding with friends.
  • Never leave the mechanic if you have one and are riding with a support team.
  • Follow the tour leader.
  • Keep a safe braking distance.
  • Do not panic if you get lost or miss the road. Navigate your way back or stay where you are confused until one of your support member finds you.
  • Get involved in rehearsal prior to departure for a ride to get used to in the event of lost or unexpected incidents.
  • Please keep a record of the contact number of a guide, mechanic, or tour leader.

Riding Solo: Riding alone without a companion

A solo rider has little to consider, but plan your journey carefully. Start early and finish early is always best here in Nepal as you may get unexpected stoppages sometimes during the journey due to poor road infrastructure, traffic incidents, or sudden protests etc. It is always a good idea to ask the locals at your hotel about the situation before you proceed to your next destination.

If your motorcycle stops and won’t start:

If your motorcycle stops and won’t start: Do

not panic! Turn the key off once, then start the bike using the correct method without rushing. Rush can’t always do the job correctly and create more trouble. After a long trial of starting, if you are left behind, please do not attempt to self-start continually—the battery will drain out! Clutch sprags will also wear out, which can result in engine movement locking up. Use the kickstart method properly to start the bike if it does not start with the electric method. Never try to repair a bike yourself if you don’t have any mechanical knowledge. Stay where you are stopped and ask for help if some riders show interest in your situation. Mostly on Nepalese roads these days, many youngsters have emerged as passionate riders, travellers, and bloggers who are found to be great helpers to other bikers no matter where they come from. Nepal is an excellent tourist-friendly country as we have a concept of thinking that guests are representations of gods. Nepal is not only beautiful but also a perfectly safe country for everyone living here or visiting here. If you are riding in a group, you shouldn’t worry as you will be searched by support staff. Inform the mechanic immediately about any issues you encounter. Healthy Bike – Healthy Ride! Healthy Ride – Happy Guy!

Tyre Puncture/ways to avoid:

A significant amount of time gets wasted if you get a puncture on the tour.

Precautions for tyre punctures:

On the Highway: There are lots of nails on the road, especially in ditches, so avoid ditches and potholes while riding along the Nepalese Highway.

On off-road: Avoid sharp stones and spinning wheels on sharp rocks.

Traffic in Nepal & Safe Riding Tips:

World-class traffic rules are in place in Nepal, but there are only a few people who follow traffic rules while driving, so

  1. Always ride defensively by thoroughly understanding the situation.Always protect yourself. Do not expect from other traffic.
  2. Never expect other traffic to give you the right of way. Make your own way very carefully and with good anticipation.
  3. Always use horn in time, when you see hazards, going around bends & overtaking.
  4. Always prepare to move to the left side of the road or stop instantly when you meet an overtaking vehicle from the opposite side.
  5. Always stay in your lane unless necessary. Think about lane discipline!
  6. Never ever overtake around bends.
  7. Never do excessive banking on any Royal Enfield, otherwise the foot rest may touch the road and you may lose control.
  8. Always maintain a gap and keep your braking distance.
  9. Always ride at your controllable speed. It depends on individual riding skills, experience, and the condition of the road and the capacity of the bike.
  10. Ride carefully in the cities (speed limit is 40 km/h). Get familiar with how traffic is flowing.
  11. Never ever stop in the middle of the carriageway under any circumstances. Always use your indicator, check traffic and pull over only at a safe place for stops.
  12. Follow traffic light signals.
  13. Always wear a helmet. If you have good riding gear, it is a clear definition of your awareness.

POLICE CHECK:

Always cooperate with the police politely when you are going through their checkpoints. They are there to help, so do not hesitate to get assistance if necessary.

PARKING MOTORBIKE

  • Always park your motorcycle in a safe location during the day and lock the handle.
  • At night, always park your motorcycle on the centre stand and in close proximity.
  • Never leave your motorcycle on a public road overnight.
  • Start and let your motorcycle run for 10 minutes, even if you are not using it every day, to make sure everything is functional for the next trip.
  • To avoid unexpected breakage, never turn a motorcycle around using a side parking stand.

How to start motorcycles?

Seek free mechanical assistant from Bikemandu Motorcycle Club  “BME”HUB

Basic tips are listed below, if you struggle with starting your motorcycle. For combustion, an engine needs three fundamentals: fuel, air, and electricity.

  1. Remove the fuel tank lid to let trapped air out of the tank. The trapped air can create a vacuum and prevent the passage of fuel from the fuel tank to the engine.
  2. Check the fuel level by rocking the bike left and right, sometime fuel indicator can be faulty.
  3. Check that the spark plug is securely connected.
  4. Check that the air hose from the air filter box to the carburettor or throttle body to the engine is properly connected.
  5. Check the electricity by pressing the horn. beeps, the motorcycle has electricity.
  6. If a motorcycle is carbureted, check that the fuel supply switch under the tank is not in the “OFF” position. The fuel supply switch must be either “ON” or “Reserve” if less fuel remains in the tank.
  7. If your motorcycle has a kick lever, lubricate the piston and cylinder wall by kicking the lever a couple of times.
  8. Press the start button for 1–3 seconds after turning on the red ignition button.

Motorcycle Starts: Let it warm up for 2 minutes before the ride

Motorcycle doesn’t start:

8a. Motorcycle is EFI and  has choke lever. Press the lever then repeat no 8. Motorcycle starts. Let it warm up for 2 minute before the ride.

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!

8b. Motorcycle has Carburettor. Pull the choke lever at the carburettor then repeat no 8

Motorcycle doesn’t start: Repeat the procedure 8a. Use kick start for better efficacy!