A list of petrol stations in Norway. All of Statoil´s stations in Norway, and many more abroad, will be changing their identity to Cirkle K over the next months.
Gas is expensive, starting at around NOK 14.50 per litre (approximately US$ 9.30 per gallon). Leaded gasoline is not available in Norway but lead replacement gasoline is widely available. You are well advised not to leave tanking up until the last minute, as opening hours vary greatly. Not all petrol stations accept payment by credit cards, so make sure to bring cash just in case.
Norwegian roads have varying quality. General speed limit is 80 kmh and speed is often slower due to road conditions. Police patrol highways in marked and unmarked cars.
Among the existing government incentives, all-electric cars are exempt in Norway from the annual road tax, all public parking fees, and toll payments as well as being able to use bus lanes.
The choice of carrental companies is as varied as the many facets of Norway. From the most famous names to the local firms. As most car hire companies in Norway are affiliated to one of the major international firms, you can simplify matters by contacting one of them in this country and booking in advance.
Motorhome holidays are popular with families looking to get away with the kids during school holidays and couples who wish to explore the fantastic Norwegian countryside, heritage and Europe.
Møre & Romsdal
Sogn & Fjordane