Due to a surge in demand for two-wheelers in Afghanistan, Afghan traders are bringing in significant numbers of motorcycles produced in Pakistan every day over the Chaman border.
Honda CG-125 motorcycles are currently unavailable in dealerships in Karachi due to price increases and a lack of motorcycles across the nation, including Quetta and other cities in Balochistan.
Motorcycles are being exported to Afghanistan every day along with other goods, according to Dr. Attaullah Barech, a spokesman for Pakistan Customs, Quetta Collectorate.
“Customs department is allowing the export of motorcycles to Afghanistan after completing all legal formalities,” he added.
According to him, the majority of Afghan traders import Honda CD-70 and CG-125 motorcycles, which have a sizable market in Afghanistan.