I'm hoping to travel from Europe (Germany) to India in a van. My route would not be a straight one. Here's the route as I have currently (preliminarily) planned it.
This would take me from Germany through Czechia, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Iran, Pakistan, and finally to India (as well as Sri Lanka and Nepal).
Some of the legs of the trip are still very tentative, as, for example, I'm not sure whether I'll find any sea transport from Cyprus to Israel.
Either way, my plan is to hopefully also sleep in the van, except for locations where it might be very unsafe. I'd try and get information on that ahead of time as well as locally.
The route I have planned takes me through some possibly dangerous areas (e.g. Baluchistan in Pakistan). I figure the countries listed in bold above might have some areas with especially high danger. While I am planning to minimize the time in those areas, and cross the especially dangerous areas of such countries in a day each if possible, I've been thinking of one possible other way to reduce potential danger: Getting local license plates, so as not to parade around with european license plates.
However, I'm not sure how easy this is, or whether it's even possible to get license plates for another country remotely. While I doubt it's possible (or at least easy) to do so, I'm still wondering if anyone might know better.
So, specifically, is it possible to, from Germany, get License plates for some or any of the countries indicated in bold above?
Alternatively, is it somehow possible to get local license plates at the border of some of these countries, when entering?
I'm also open to any other advice, whether it be about the license plates, other ways to avoid avoidable danger, or any other aspect of this trip.
Note: I'm a white male in my 30's.