How do the toll stations work in Norway?

There are approximately 60 toll plazas in Norway at which you can pay using the AutoPASS toll tag. All of these are marked "AutoPASS". In automatic AutoPASS plazas you drive straight through without stopping with or without a tag.

The only manual toll road plaza in Norway where you cannot use the AutoPASS tag as you drive through is the Atlanterhav tunnel, where you have to stop and pay in advance.  

How can I obtain an AutoPASS on-board unit (tag)?

You must enter into a contract with a toll road operator and pay a deposit of NOK 200 for the tag.

You can order a tag and enter into a contract online: You select the operator with whom you want to have a contract from the overview of toll road operator The tag arrives in the post.

Can I drive on all toll roads in Norway and Scandinavia with an AutoPASS contract?

In Norway you can drive on all toll roads with the AutoPASS sign, as long as you have a valid contract.

With an AutoPASS contract you may also use the tag in Denmark and Sweden on ferries and bridges (the EasyGo partnership).

What do I do when I have driven through a toll road without paying?

All toll plazas in Norway are automatic, except for Atlanterhavstunnelen, and you can drive through them without stopping even if you do not have a tag.

If you are driving without a tag:

  • A photograph is taken of the registration number of all cars that drive through without a tag. An invoice is sent to the vehicle owner by post and with no additional charge. This also applies to foreign vehicles.


How do I sign a company contract?

Both Norwegian and foreign companies can sign a company contract. A company contract makes it possible to link several vehicles to one contract; however, there must be an on-board unit (tag) in each vehicle. This type of company contract is given to industrial and public transport companies, and is linked to an organization number.

See more information about Compulsory tag for all heavy commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes


Do you have questions about the compulsory tag?

See FAQ about the compulsory tag.