Tolls in Norway Price of toll roads in Norway, how to pay AutoPASS, toll roads in Norway AutoPASS

In Norway, tolls are paid on motorways and selected roads, depending on the type of car, fuel and emission class
Fully automated toll stations are used
to pay You also pay for entrance to large cities, tunnels and bridges
Tolls in Norway depend on the category of transport means and emission class (EURO). Very simply, this is a division into vehicles weighing up to 3.5t and vehicles over 3.5t. Vehicles weighing over 3.5t must be equipped with an AutoPASS unit. Motorcycles do not pay tolls, they only pay tolls on the underwater Atlanterhavstunnelen.

Using this calculator on you can easily calculate toll prices in Norway by vehicle type. You must enter the vehicle type, fuel type and vehicle length.

Road tolls in Norway

Estimated fare for the Oslo-Stavanger section (551 km)

Vehicles up to 3.5 t
and caravans (diesel)
Vehicles up to 3.5 t
and caravans (petrol)
Vehicles over 3.5 t
EURO VI (diesel)
214 kr240 kr431 kr

Estimated fare for the Oslo-Bergen section (463 km)

Vehicles up to 3.5 t
and caravans (diesel)
Cars up to 3.5 tons
and caravans (benizin)
Vehicles over 3.5 t
EURO VI (diesel)
464 kr447 kr1012 kr

Estimated fare for the Oslo-Trondheim section (491 km)

Vehicles up to 3.5 t
and caravans (diesel)
Vehicles up to 3.5 t
and caravans (petrol)
Vehicles over 3.5 t
EURO VI (diesel)
369 kr359 kr795 kr

Fare in the capital Oslo

Diesel car drivers pay extra to enter Oslo, while electric car drivers have the lowest fees. For trucks over 3.5 tons, the price class takes into account the emission class, Euro V and older will pay more than trucks with the Euro VI standard. The price list in Oslo is available at  .

In Oslo, rush hour occurs on weekday mornings from 6:30 to 9:00 and in the afternoon from 15:00 to 17:00.

BackyardPassenger cars – dieselPassenger cars – gasolinePassenger cars – electricVehicles over 3.5t – Euro VIVehicles over 3.5t – Euro V and above
Oslo / not at rush hour62 kr72 kr17 kr15 kr26 kr
Oslo / rush hour72 kr86 kr31 kr200 kr32 kr

Toll system in Norway

The toll system in Norway is fully automated. The vast majority of stations are equipped with a camera that takes pictures of every passing car. The collection points are marked with the sign Automatisk bomstasjon / Automatic payment, the gate itself with the camera is marked with the sign Ikke stop / Do not stop. The system works continuously, does not stop at automatic toll booths. Payment is extra.

Car registration in Norway

Toll information for foreign vehicles can be found at  . In order to calculate the correct fee amount, you must register your vehicle details on  .

Tourists are also encouraged to register on the   EPC website  . before leaving for Norway. If the vehicle or its registration number is registered, you will have access to all communications, billing and payments from your account. Invoices are issued in Norwegian kroner at the current exchange rate. Payment is possible by bank transfer or MasterCard and Visa payment cards.

Payment for travel without registration

Registration with the EPC is optional, if you do not register you will receive an invoice for the sections covered by mail. However, it is necessary to provide for a longer period of time, often about several months. You can pay for the fare by bank transfer or online at  .

Cash payment

Cash payment is only possible at the Atlanterhavstunnelen payment station. The fare is payable locally by credit card or cash in NOK. Motorcycles also pay tolls here.

AutoPASS system

AutoPASS is an automated toll collection system. Thanks to the device, which is mounted on the windshield of the car, the sections traveled are registered and billed.

The   AutoPASS system is   recommended for foreign visitors when they travel to Norway more often or spend more than two months there. To receive AutoPASS, you must enter into an agreement with one of the operators of this Norwegian payment system, and then pay a deposit of 200 kr. The device will be mailed. With AutoPASS you can get the best fares. The size of the discount depends on the payment system operator, usually the discount is from 10 to 20%.

AutoPASS can be used in Denmark and Sweden where ferry fees and toll bridges are automatically added to the device or when parking in Oslo.


You can order AutoPASS directly from Norway or on this   website  .

Toll sections of motorways in Norway

There are currently about 240 pay stations in Norway. The selected fees are used to cover the cost of building roads, bridges and tunnels.
Some fees, such as those associated with low emission areas, are also used to reduce pollution in certain areas to improve air quality. The goal is to improve public health and the environment.

Motorways / European international roads in Norway

  • E6 Trelleborg (Sweden) – Kirkenes
  • E16 Bergen – Malung (Sweden)
  • E18 Kristiansand – Karlstad (Sweden)
  • E39 Trondheim – Hirtals (Denmark)

Map of motorways and toll roads in Norway

A   map is available on the website   , where you can find all the toll stations. If you click on a specific location, the amount of fees in that section will be displayed.

Sections paid by a special fee

In addition to tolls and roads, there are tolls for individual bridges and tunnels in Norway.

Price for passing some tunnels and bridges in Norway

tunnel/bridgeMotorcyclesCars up to 3.5 tonsVehicles over 3.5 tons
Oslo Fjord Tunnelis free50 Danish kroner125 kr
atlantic tunnel68 kr102 kr475 kr
Finnoy Tunnelis free150 kr590 kr
Langlettois free34 kr68 kr
Hallingportenis free70 kr175 kr
Halsnøysambandetis free100 DKK320 kr
Harstad packageis free12 kr24 kr
Jondalstunnelenis free100 DKK200 kr
The Rya connectionis free100 DKK100 DKK
The T-connectionis free30 kr60 kr
Hålogalandsbruais free43 kr129 kr
Hardangerbruais free150 kr600 kr
Connection to Crow Islandis free25 kr50 Danish kroner
Swinesundis free20 kr100 DKK
Sikkilvsbruais free37 kr111 kr

Speed ​​limits in Norway

  • City: 50 km / h
  • Outside the village: 80 km / h
  • On the motorcycle track: 90 km/h
  • On the highway: 100 km / h

Vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tons and vehicles with vans or trailers must not exceed 80 km/h, regardless of the local speed limit.

Fines for unpaid travel

Drivers who do not pay for the sections covered properly and on time are fined 300 kr. If you ride at the Atlanterhavstunnelen toll station without paying, expect an invoice for unpaid fare and a fine of 300 kr.

Drivers of vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tons must be equipped with AutoPASS and have a valid contract with the system operator, otherwise there is a risk of a fine of 8000 kr.

Speeding fines in Norway

According to the European index of fines, with its 414%, Norway is clearly in first place. You will definitely be punished for any violation of traffic rules. Radars are everywhere, sending fines works automatically and instantly. You can also be punished with imprisonment or community service for speeding.

Norway was also one of the first countries in Europe to impose traffic restrictions. In 1912, for interest in cities, it was 15 km / h, and outside – 35 km / h.

Speeding in the city

  • 1-5 km / h: 850 kr
  • 6-10 km / h: 2300 kr
  • 11-15 km / h: 4150 kr and 2 points
  • 16-20 km / h: 6000 kr and 3 points
  • 21-25 km / h: 9300 kr and 3 points
  • 26-41 km/h: individual fines and permanent suspension of driver’s license
  • over 42 km/h: individual fine, permanent driver’s license suspension and at least 30 hours of community service
  • alternatively over 46 km/h: individual fine and loss of driving license permanently and at least 18 days in prison

Speeding outside the city and motorway

  • 1-5 km / h: 850 kr
  • 6-10 km / h: 2300 kr
  • 11-15 km / h: 3700 kr
  • 16-20 km / h: 5150 kr and 2 points
  • 21-25 km / h: 7000 kr and 3 points
  • 26-30 km / h: 9300 kr and 3 points
  • 31-35 km / h: 11150 kr and 3 points
  • 36-40 km / h: 11,600 kr and 3 points
  • 41-50 km/h: individual fines and permanent suspension of driver’s license
  • over 50 km/h: individual fine, permanent driver’s license suspension and at least 30 hours of community service
  • alternatively over 55 km/h: individual fine and loss of driving license permanently and at least 18 days in prison

Driving fines in Norway

In 2004, Norway introduced a system of demerit points (the so-called prikker) for traffic violations. The driver will receive penalty points for speeding and other traffic violations. Drivers with a so-called probationary period of less than 2 years will receive double the number of penalty points for an offense during this period. If a driver scores 8 points in three years, he loses the right to drive a vehicle for six months.

  • Red light fare – 7450 kr a 3 body
  • Failure to give priority to the STOP sign – 7450 kr and 3 points
  • Driving while intoxicated – a large fine of 10,000 kr or more (according to the amount of wages), there is also a risk of losing a driver’s license or conclusion
  • Illegal overtaking – 7450 kr and 3 points
  • Using a mobile phone while riding – 5000 kr and 3 points

An overview of Norwegian fixed fines can be found at  .

Office equipment in Norway

  • Reflective vest
  • warning triangle

Drivers and passengers of motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs must wear a crash helmet.


The minimum tread depth should be 1.6 mm for summer tires and 3 mm for winter tires. There is no time limit for winter tires in Norway, but drivers are told they are responsible for making sure the car has enough grip. From November 1 to the first Sunday after Easter Monday, tires must have a tread depth of at least 3 mm, which effectively means that winter tires should be used during this period.

For heavy vehicles over 3.5 tons, the minimum tread depth of winter tires is 5 mm. You can find more about tires for heavy vehicles at  . If you are driving a trailer, the same tire tread depth rules apply to the trailer as to the car.

The use of studded tires, common in Scandinavia, is allowed from 1 November until the first Sunday after Easter Monday. In the counties of Norland, Troms and Finnmark, studded tires are allowed from 16 October to 30 April. Studded tires or anti-skid chains may be used outside of these periods if the weather and road surface require it. If you are using studded tires, then they must be on all wheels. The cities of Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen have introduced an environmental charge for driving in the city center with spikes.

Seat belts

The use of seat belts is mandatory for all vehicle occupants.

Children in the car

Children weighing up to 36 kilograms or 135 centimeters tall must use a child car seat that is appropriate for their weight and age. Detailed rules are available in the guide at  .

Alcohol while driving

The maximum allowed blood alcohol level in Norway is 0.2 ppm and applies to drivers of any vehicle. If you exceed the 0.2 ppm limit, you risk losing your driver’s license and even going to jail.

  • 0.2 – 0.5 ‰ – fine from 5000 kr to 10000 kr
  • 0.5 – 1.5 ‰ – a fine in the amount of wages and a suspended sentence
  • over 1.5 ‰ – fine depending on wages and imprisonment


Lighting is mandatory under any circumstances. This applies to mopeds and motorcycles. Lights must be turned on in tunnels.

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