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Toll roads and AutoPASS

There are around 50 toll stations in Norway. Most of them have automatic fee collection and some have lanes for AutoPASS and for manual payment.

Pay your toll fee online

  • Register your credit card online, and pass through all toll stations marked AutoPASS without stopping.
  • When you pass a toll point the correct ammount is automatically withdrawn from your pre-paid account.
  • You can register your credit card in advance or up to 14 days after your first toll point pass.

Automatic toll stations

Most toll stations in Norway are automatic. Here you can simply pass through without stopping. If you have not registered your credit card online, you can stop and pay at a nearby petrol station - follow the sign marked "KR-service".

If you do not stop and pay within three working days you will receive an invoice by post with no extra charge. Vehicles not registered in Norway are invoiced through Euro Parking Collection plc (EPC) in London.

For more information, please visit autopass.no.

Other toll stations

Other toll stations have AutoPASS-lanes and lanes for manual payment. Please be aware that you risk a fine if you drive through in the AutoPASS-lanes without an AutoPASS contract or without registering your credit card online.

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Last updated:  2010-07-28
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Toll roads and AutoPASS

There are around 50 toll stations in Norway. Most of them have automatic fee collection and some have lanes for AutoPASS and for manual payment.

Toll roads and AutoPASS

Source: Visitnorway

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