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Driving Tips – Norway
A great place to travel and explore Norway is by car. It’s especially a good idea if you want to get to those harder to reach places, outside of the city. Journeying to Norway’s most remote corners will be an exciting and wonderful road trip experience but you will need to be well prepared first. You should read this guide, full of important information and useful tips for you to follow, if you want to embark upon your Norwegian road adventure safely and with sound knowledge:
Driving in Norway requires that you carry the following:
Driving Rules, Laws and Regulations
Speed Limits and Fines
You must adhere to the following speed limits, unless otherwise stated, when driving in Norway:
In general, on expressways, the speed limit is 80km/hour (50mph) but can range from 90-100km/hour (56mph-62mph), so just keep a look out for signs to warn you of any changes to the limit.
Norway has speed control bumps installed, which detect your speed, and if found to be breaking the limit you will be faced with fines. For more serious offences, licence suspension and imprisonment are the consequences.
The limit of Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) in Norway is 0.2g/100ml which equates to about one small beer. If you are found to have this amount in your system, you will be faced with a fine and a licence suspension. In more serious cases, you will have your licence revoked, sometimes indefinitely, and probably spend time in prison.
Parking in cities can often be troublesome and therefore it is regulated and sometimes very costly.
Parking metres operate on a colour system: Yellow indicates one (1) hour, Grey indicates two (2) hours, and Brown indicates three (3) hours.
Parking is forbidden in areas with over 60km/hour speed limits. You are not allowed to park on bends or main roads, in front of vehicle entrances or exits, or on pedestrian streets/zones.
If your vehicle is found to be parked illegally then you will be fined and sometimes towed away at an extra charge.
In Oslo, you can purchase a 24 hour pass which enables you to park in designated areas. However, you must still adhere to the maximum times and move your car to another zone as and when the times specify.