Cyclists, pedestrians, and passengers in all types of vehicles do not, as a general rule, pay road tolls.

The following may apply for exemption from road tolls:

  • Uniformed and civilian emergency response vehicles on duty
  • Public transport vehicles in regular service (with the exception of some ferry replacement projects)

In toll rings, also:

  • Mobility-impaired drivers (with a municipal parking permit)

Mobility-impaired drivers

Mobility-impaired drivers with a valid parking permit from the municipality are entitled to exemption from tolls in toll rings around urban areas. This exemption currently applies in the following places:

  • Askøy
  • Bergen
  • Bodø and rv. 80 Vikan
  • Grenland
  • Førde
  • Haugesund
  • Kristiansand
  • Nord-Jæren
  • Oslo and Bærum
  • Trondheim (only toll roads within "Miljøpakken")
  • Harstad
  • Nedre Glomma and Kråkerøy
  • Nordhordalandspakken

All vehicles that are exempt must have a toll tag installed.

If you are mobility-impaired and wish to be exempted from toll payment, you should apply to a toll charger. A copy of your parking permit from the municipality must be enclosed with the application. It is required that you already have a valid agreement and a tag from a toll service provider.

If the toll charger makes a decision to grant you exemption, they will enter information in the agreement you have with a toll service provider to the effect that you are exempt from payment in the above-mentioned toll rings. Your toll tag (for which the exemption is registered) is linked to one specific vehicle and the tag cannot be moved between vehicles without changing the agreement. The exemption does not apply to institutions.

The parking permit must be valid for at least two years.

Lovdata: Regulations relating to parking permits for people with reduced mobility (in Norwegian only)

For all exemption schemes, you need to have an electronic tag and a valid user agreement with a toll service provider. Road tolls are not collected for motorcycles and mopeds passing automatic toll stations.

There may be special cases where local exemption schemes apply in addition to the national schemes listed above. Contact a toll charger for more information.


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