Whether you are a resident, tourist, or frequent traveler, it is nearly impossible not to travel by car. There is always public transport, but it can never replace the comfort of traveling by your vehicle. And we at Allied Motors offer a wide range of cars from which you can choose according to your style and preference.
We specialize in the trade of Right Hand Drive (RHD) cars made by top automobile conglomerates from Japan and Europe. Headquartered in Dubai UAE, we supply cars and spare parts to customers in Thailand, Hong Kong, and Saudi Arabia, thanks to our vendors' extensive global network. Besides the sale of new cars, we also deal with the trading of pre-owned vehicles, spare parts, and an array of commercial vehicles.
Our lengthy line of products includes luxury cars like Ferrari, Bentley, Japanese cars like Nissan, Honda, Suzuki, European vehicles like BMW, Skoda, Audi, and Korean cars like Kia, Hyundai. Our sales services start from helping you choose your ideal vehicle, arranging import & export documents, getting customs and logistics clearance, and finally shipping it to your doorstep.
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Now let's look at the salient features of RHD cars and the advantages of buying them from us:
Why were cars first made as RHD?
The habit of using the right side of a vehicle (animal or machine) comes from Greek, Roman, and Egyptian warriors. They used their right hand to wield the sword and left hand to rein in the horse. This is how cars were first manufactured for RHD. And this practice was quickly adopted by the British and promptly spread to all their colonies. Even after getting away from their clutches, countries like India, Pakistan, and Britain themselves follow this to date. Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and many parts of Africa still drive on the road's left side.
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