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Tolls Norway 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

Ivana Gajdosikova
Published on 14.2.2023

  • Tolls in Norway are charged for the passage of motorways and selected roads, depending on the type of car, fuel and emission class
  • Fully automated toll stations are used for the collection of tolls
  • Tolls must also be paid when entering big cities, and when the crossing of tunnels and bridges
  1. Tolls Norway 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

    Tolls in Norway for the year 2024

    The price of tolls in Norway depends on the vehicle category and vehicle emission class (EURO). Generally, cars are divided into two categories by their weight. First category entails cars weighing up to 3.5 t and second category vehicles over 3.5 t. Vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tonnes must be equipped with an AutoPASS unit. Motorcycles do not pay tolls, they only pay for the passage of the underwater Atlanterhavstunnelen.

    You can easily calculate toll prices in Norway by vehicle category with a calculator available at It is necessary to enter the vehicle type, fuel type and vehicle length.

    Approximate prices of tolls in the section Oslo – Stavanger (551 km)

    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (diesel)
    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (petrol)
    Cars over 3.5 t
    EURO VI (diesel)
    €22,11263 kr €21,78259 kr €47555 kr

    Approximate prices of tolls in the section Oslo – Bergen (463 km)

    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (diesel)
    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (petrol)
    Cars over 3.5 t
    EURO VI (diesel)
    €25303 kr €24,13287 kr €55658 kr

    Approximate prices of tolls in the section Oslo – Trondheim (491 km)

    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (diesel)
    Cars up to 3.5 t
    and caravans (petrol)
    Cars over 3.5 t
    EURO VI (diesel)
    €35413 kr €34405 kr €71841 kr

    Tolls in the capital Oslo 2024

    Drivers of diesel vehicles pay extra for entering Oslo, and drivers of electric cars have the lowest fees. For trucks over 3.5 tonnes, the price class takes into account the emission class. Euro V and older classes will pay more than trucks with the Euro VI emission standard. The Oslo toll price list is available on

    The peak traffic in Oslo is on weekdays in the morning morning hours from 6:30 to 9:00 and in the afternoon from 15:00 to 17:00.

    City Passenger cars – gasoline Passenger cars – diesel Passenger cars – electric Vehicles over 3.5 t – Euro VI Vehicles over 3.5 t – Euro V and older
    Oslo/off-peak €2,4429 kr €2,7733 kr €1,1814 kr €4,2951 kr €7,6591 kr
    Oslo/on-peak €2,9435 kr €3,2038 kr €1,4317 kr €5,7268 kr €9,08108 kr
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  3. Toll payment in Norway 2024

    The toll system in Norway is fully automated. The vast majority of stations are equipped with a camera that takes a picture of every passing car. Toll booths are marked with the sign Automatisk bomstasjon / Automatic toll, and the gate with the camera itself is marked with the Ikke stopp / Do not stop sign. The system operates fluently as it is not necessary for cars to stop at the automatic toll booths. Payment is settled afterwards.

    Car registration in Norway

    Information on tolls for foreign vehicles can be found on To calculate the correct toll rate, you need to register your vehicle on

    Tourists are also advised to register before leaving for Norway on EPC. If your car and its registration plate is registered, you will have access to all communications, invoices issued and payments made. Invoices are issued in GBP according to the current exchange rate. Payment is possible by bank transfer or MasterCard / Visa payment card.

    Tolls without registration

    Registration with the EPC is not obligatory, if you do not register, you will receive an invoice for the sections covered by post. However, the invoice may take a long time to arrive, and it often takes several months. Tolls can be paid by bank transfer or online at

    Payment in cash

    Payment in cash is only possible at the Atlanterhavstunnelen toll station. Tolls are paid directly on the spot by credit card or in cash in Norwegian kroner. Motorcycles also pay a passage fee there.

    AutoPASS system

    AutoPASS is an automated toll collection system. Thanks to the device, which is attached to the windshield of the car, all travel distance on toll roads is recorded and billed.

    Foreign visitors are recommended to use the AutoPASS system in cases where they travel to Norway more often or spend more than two months there. To obtain an AutoPASS unit, you must enter into a contract with one of the Norwegian toll system operators and then pay a deposit of 200 kr€16,82. The unit will be sent by post. With the AutoPASS unit, it is possible to get better toll prices. The amount of the discount depends on the operator of the toll system, but it is usually a 10 to 20% discount.

    AutoPASS can be also used in Denmark and Sweden. In this case where ferry fees and the crossing of bridges are automatically added to the unit as well as parking in Oslo.

  4. Paid sections in Norway 2024

    Toll motorway sections in Norway

    There are currently approximately 240 toll stations in Norway. Selected tolls are used to cover the building cost of roads, bridges, and tunnels.
    Some charges, such as those associated with low-emission zones, are also used to reduce pollution in certain areas in order to improve air quality. The aim 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 – Hirthals (Denmark)

    Map of motorways and toll roads in Norway

    On you can find a map of all toll stations. If you click on a specific place, the amount of fees in that section will be displayed.

    Road sections charged with a special toll

    In addition to tolls for roads and motorways, tolls in Norway are also charged for driving through selected bridges and tunnels.

    Price for the passage of some tunnels and bridges in Norway 2024

    Tunnel/bridge Motorcycles Cars up to 3.5 t Cars over 3.5 t
    Oslofjordtunnelen free of charge €4,2050 kr €10,51125 kr
    Atlanterhavstunnelen €5,7268 kr €8,58102 kr €40475 kr
    Finnoytunnelen free of charge €12,61150 kr €50590 kr
    Langsletta free of charge €2,8634 kr €5,7268 kr
    Hallingporten free of charge €7,2386 kr €14,71175 kr
    Halsnøysambandet free of charge €8,41100 kr €27320 kr
    Harstadpakken free of charge €1,0913 kr €1,6820 kr
    Jondalstunnelen free of charge €8,41100 kr €16,82200 kr
    Ryaforbindelsen free of charge €7,1585 kr €6,3175 kr
    T-forbindelsen free of charge €2,5230 kr €5,0460 kr
    Hålogalandsbrua free of charge €7,5790 kr €18,92225 kr
    Hardangerbrua free of charge €10,85129 kr €32385 kr
    Kråkerøyforbindelsen free of charge €2,5230 kr €5,0460 kr
    Svinesund free of charge €1,4617.40 kr €7,3187 kr
  5. Motorways in Norway: Speed limits, fines…

    Speed limits in Norway

    • In urban areas: 50 km/h
    • Outside urban areas: 80 km/h
    • On expressways: 90 km/h
    • On motorways: 100 km/h

    Vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and vehicles with caravans or trailers must not exceed a speed of 80 km/h, regardless of the local speed limit.

    Fines related to tolls

    Drivers who do not pay the invoice for the toll roads they drove on properly on time are fined with the amount of €25300 kr. If you drive on the Atlanterhavstunnelen toll station without paying, you can expect an invoice for unpaid tolls and a fine of €25300 kr.

    Drivers of vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tonnes must be equipped with AutoPASS and at the same time have a valid contract with the system operator, otherwise, there is a risk of a fine of €6738000 kr.

  6. Speeding fines in Norway 2024

    According to the European index of fines, Norway is clearly in the first place with its 414%. It is almost certain that you will be punished for any traffic offense. Radars are everywhere, sending fines works automatically and immediately. You can also be punished for speeding with imprisonment or community service.
    Norway was also one of the first countries in Europe to set traffic limits. Interestingly, in 1912 it was 15 km/h in the cities and 35 km/h outside.

    Speeding in urban areas

    • 1-5 km/h: €71850 kr
    • 6-10 km/h: €1932300 kr
    • 11-15 km/h: €3494150 kr and 2 penalty points
    • 16-20 km/h: €5046000 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 21-25 km/h: €7829300 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 26-41 km/h: individual price of fine and permanent suspension of the driver’s license
    • more than 42 km/h: individual price of fine, suspension of the driver’s license permanently and at least 30 hours of community service
    • alternatively more than 46 km/h: individual price of fine and suspension of the DL permanently and at least 18 days in prison

    Speeding outside urban areas and on the highway

    • 1-5 km/h: €71850 kr
    • 6-10 km/h: €1932300 kr
    • 11-15 km/h: €3113700 kr
    • 16-20 km/h: €4335150 kr and 2 penalty points
    • 21-25 km/h: €5897000 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 26-30 km/h: €7829300 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 31-35 km/h: €93711150 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 36-40 km/h: €97511600 kr and 3 penalty points
    • 41-50 km/h: individual price of fine and permanent suspension of the driver’s license
    • more than 50 km/h: individual price of fine, suspension of the DL permanently, and at least 30 hours of community service
    • alternatively more than 55 km/h: individual price of fine, suspension of the DL permanently and at least 18 days in prison
  7. Fines for driving a car in Norway 2024

    In 2004, a system of penalty points (so-called prikker) for traffic offenses was introduced in Norway. The driver will receive penalty points for speeding and other traffic offenses. Drivers with less than 2 years of experience in the so-called probationary period will receive twice the number of penalty points for the offense during this period. If a driver gains eight points in three years, they lose the right to drive a motor vehicle for six months.

    • Running a red light – €6267450 kr and 3 penalty points
    • Failure to comply with a yield / STOP sign – €6267450 kr and 3 penalty points
    • Driving under the influence of alcohol – a high fine of €84110000 kr and more (according to the driver’s salary), there is also a risk of losing a driver’s license or being sent to prison
    • Illegal overtaking (e.g. undertaking, or overtaking in places with a no overtaking sign, etc.) – €6267450 kr and 3 penalty points
    • Using a mobile phone while driving – €4205000 kr and 3 penalty points

    An overview of Norwegian fixed fines can be found on

  8. Driving in Norway 2024

    Mandatory car equipment in Norway

    • Reflective vest
    • Warning triangle

    Drivers and passengers of motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs are required to wear a safety helmet.


    The minimum tread depth must be 1.6 mm for summer tires and 3 mm for winter tires. There are no time limits for winter tires in Norway, but drivers are told that they are responsible for ensuring that the vehicle has sufficient grip on the road. From 1 November to the first Sunday after Easter Monday, the tires must have a tread depth of at least 3 mm, which practically means that you should use winter tires during this period.

    For heavy vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, a minimum winter tire tread depth of 5 mm is mandatory. You can find more about heavy vehicle tires at If you drive a trailer, the same rules for the tread depth of the tires apply to the trailer as to the motor vehicle.

    The use of studded tires, which are common in Scandinavia, is permitted from 1 November until the first Sunday after Easter Monday. In the counties of Nordland, Troms and Finnmark, studded tires are permitted from 16 October until 30 April. Studded tires or snow chains can be used outside these periods if the weather and the road surface require it. If you use studded tires, they must be on all wheels. The cities of Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen have introduced an environmental fee for driving in the city center with spiked tires.

    Seat belts

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

    Children in a vehicle

    Children under 36 kilograms or 135 centimeters in height must use a child car seat that is appropriate for their weight and age. Detailed rules are available in the manual on

    Drinking and driving

    The maximum permitted blood alcohol level in Norway is 0.2 per mille and applies to drivers of any motor vehicle. If you exceed the limit of 0.2 per mille, you risk losing your driver’s license and even imprisonment.

    • 0,2 – 0,5 ‰ – fine starting from €4205000 kr up to €84110000 kr
    • 0,5 – 1,5 ‰ – a fine determined according to the driver’s salary and possibility of receiving imprisonment sentence
    • more than 1,5 ‰ – a fine based on salary and imprisonment

    Daytime running lights

    Daytime running lights are mandatory in all circumstances. This also applies to mopeds and motorcycles. It is also mandatory to have lights on in tunnels.

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