The ultimate EV tourist guide to Norway
Norway is a great destination if you are planning to bring your electric vehicle (EV) with you. Here are a few tips and tricks you should know before setting off on your Norwegian EV adventure.
Toll roads (AutoPASS)Toll roads in Norway are quite numerous, and the cost of travelling through them can add up. All electric cars in Norway, including those with foreign registration plates, can drive through the many toll roads at either a rebated price or completely free of charge. AutoPass (owned by the Statens vegvesen) is the system used for collecting tolls throughout Norway. To drive through Norway’s toll roads, you will need an AutoPass tag. All toll roads in Norway are automated, which means that you won’t have to stop to pay for crossings. You will, however, need to apply for an AutoPass tag from a Norwegian authorised toll operator, regardless if you are travelling in an area where you must pay or not. To make this process easier you can pay your road toll charges automatically by registering for an Epass24 account. Epass24 has been appointed by several road toll operators throughout Europe to notify vehicle owners about unpaid road user charges. Places you’ll have to pay for passing through toll points: