Motorway toll Norway - information on toll collection, payment options

Tolls are levied for the passage of some roads, tunnels and bridges. Payment based on invoicing according to the statement from the on-board unit with AutoPass system or according to the registration number of the vehicle photographed when passing through the toll gate. Motorcycles have free passage in addition to the undersea Atlanterhavstunnelen, for vehicles over 3.5 t is the AutoPass on-board unit mandatory. For vehicles registered abroad it is necessary to register to the Environmental differentiation for correct vehicle classification.

Options for payment of tolls in Norway

Tolls are charged according to the toll gates passed through. The AutoPass on-board unit can be used to identify the vehicle. When passing through the gate without the on-board unit, the vehicle is photographed and the toll invoice is sent to the owner's address.

AutoPass - payment via on-board unit

  • - deposit of kr 200 per OBU AutoPass, compatibility with BroBizz and ØresundBizz on-board units
  • - on-board unit mandatory for all vehicles over 3.5 t
  • - discount on tolls of 20% for passenger cars at most toll gates
  • - discounts with a contract with one of the toll road operators
  • - discounts for zero-emission vehicles
  • - AutoPass is compatible with EasyGo and TollTickets
  • - possibility to use the unit for payment of ferries via AutoPASS for ferry
  • - payment on the basis of invoices

Without on-board unit - invoicing of tolls according to the photographed registration plate

  • - photographs of the vehicle and registration plate when passing through the toll gate
  • - the invoice is sent to the address of the owner of the vehicle

Payment of tolls for vehicles registered abroad

  • - registration at for environmental differentiation
  • - an overview of the passed gates and is available at
  • - an invoice is avalable at and sent to the vehicle owner's address
  • - for stays longer than 2 months the AutoPass unit is recommended

Information on payment options can be viewed on

Map of the Norwegian motorway network


Motorways and most expressways are charged. A map of toll gates locations can be viewed on

last updated on 19.2.2023

Frequently asked questions about toll in Norway

How is tolls collected in Norway?

Tolls for roads, bridges and tunnels are collected when passing through the toll gate, when the vehicle is recognized by the on-board unit or by the vehicle registration number. The toll invoice is sent via the on-board unit intermediary, the Epass24 system or directly to the address of the vehicle owner.

How do I find out the price category of the vehicle?

Vehicles are divided into several categories to determine the price of tolls. The first category is intended for vehicles up to 3,5 t and all vehicles of category M1. The second category is intended for vehicles weighing more than 3,5 t, except vehicles of category M1. These two categories are further divided according to the environmental impact, according to the engine unit, or the emission class of the vehicle.

Is it possible to get a toll discount for a zero-emission vehicle?

The breakdown of vehicles according to the "Environmental differentiation" rule also includes categories for zero-emission and hybrid vehicles. Based on the classification can be obtained up to 100% discount for these vehicles at some toll gates. The condition for obtaining a discount is payment via the on-board unit and the AutoPass system. An overview of available discounts can be found on websites of toll gate operators from links on the toll gates map.

In which cases can toll roads be used free of charge?

Motorcycles, some emergency vehicles, public transport vehicles and, on some roads, drivers with reduced mobility may use roads without paying tolls. The exact wording of the rules can be viewed on the exemptions page.

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