Car rental where every cost is included, no hidden fees and free cancellations/amendments up to 24-48 hours before you are supposed to pick up the car. An easy and safe booking of rental cars online. Autoprio.com can offer rental cars in cities, ferry terminals, travel centers and airports in Norway.
Here you can compare rental cars and hiring of vehicles from several companies in cities in Norway. Look for and find the best prices on car rental. Search for and book directly in cities such as, Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Kristiansand, Sandnes, Tromsø, Sarpsborg, Skien. We list prices from companies that are safe and quality assured so that there will not be any problems when you want to pick up your car.
Facts about Norway
Norway (Kingdom of Norway) is located in Europe and is a country that has about 5,009,000 inhabitants. The capital is Oslo which has 580,000 inhabitants. Total surface/area 324,220 km² / 125,182 mi². Europe’s 8th largest when it comes to the surface area and the 26th regarding its inhabitants. Other names are Norwegen, Kongeriket Norge, Norreweg, Noreg, Kingdom of Norway, Norvegia, Norge, Norvège, Kongeriket Noreg, Kongeriget Norge. Norway is the 69th largest country in the world when it comes to the surface and the 116th regarding its inhabitants. The country is divided into eighteen regions/counties/states where the largest are Oslo, Akershus, Hordaland, Rogaland, Østfold, Buskerud, Møre og Romsdal, Nordland, Vestfold, Hedmark, Oppland, Telemark, Vest-Agder, Troms, Sogn og Fjordane, Aust-Agder, Finnmark and Trøndelag. Northern Sami, Finnish, Norwegian, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk are languages used in the country. The official currency is Krone (NOK) and is used for your payments. The top five highest mountains are Galdhøpiggen (2469 m / 8,100 ft), Glittertind (2452 m / 8,045 ft), Hurrungane (2405 m / 7,890 ft), Keilhaus topp (2355 m / 7,726 ft) and Midtre Hellstugutinden (2339 m / 7,674 ft). See the weather reports and find maps of Norway. We give tips and recommendations on attractions, museums, experiences, and destinations which you can visit during your stay in the country. Websites mostly have the top domain .no. The five largest communities are Oslo (c. 580000 pop), Bergen (c. 213600 pop), Trondheim (c. 147100 pop), Stavanger (c. 121600 pop), Drammen (c. 90700 pop). Finland, Russia, Sweden are countries with close borders. Is it included in the price to cross national borders? Usually not, the car rental company may charge a fee to cross national borders to Finland, Russia, Sweden. All additional costs are paid directly at the rental desk in the local currency, Krone (NOK). It is stated in the rental terms and during the booking whether it is allowed to cross national borders and to which countries. +47 is the country code to use to make a call to the country.
Tourist attractions & activities in Norway
Amusement parks, water parks and theme parks in Norway are for example Sparbu Aktivitetspark, Tusenfryd and Oslo Vinterpark. Do you want to do something fun with the whole family? Atlanterhavsparken and Polaria are tropicarium, tropical house, animal parks, aquarium, zoos and terrarium in Norway. Spend a day looking on animals?
Cheap car rental with unlimited mileage in Norway
There are many different models and sizes of cars to choose from. Fleet list in Norway: Luxury cars (Luxury), SUV / Jeep (SUV), Small SUV, Mini elite, 7 seater minivan (7 seat minivan), 5 seater minivan (5 seat minivan), Hybrid cars, Cargo van, Convertible, Intermediate, Estate, Mini cars (Mini), Moped, Economy elite, 9 seater minivan / Minibus (9 seat minivan), Fullsize elite, Fullsize cars (Fullsize), Large truck-lorry (Large truck), Electric cars, Medium SUV, Standard cars (Standard), Compact cars (Compact), Exotic cars (Exotic), Luxury elite, Special cars (Special), Minivan, Economy cars (Economy), Small-medium truck-lorry (Small-medium truck), Intermediate elite, Compact elite, Premium cars (Premium). Big cities and popular destinations have more car types to choose from. If you want to rent a luxury car then search at the major airports and the most popular destinations in the major regions such as Oslo, Akershus, Hordaland, Rogaland, Østfold, Buskerud, Møre og Romsdal, Nordland, Vestfold, Hedmark, Oppland, Telemark, Vest-Agder, Troms, Sogn og Fjordane, Aust-Agder, Finnmark and Trøndelag etc. It can also be harder to find and book special cars during peak season, if you do not search well in advance, before you need your rental car.
Cars you can rent in Norway are e.g. Premium cars: e.g. Audi A6, Mercedes E Class, etc. Luxury cars: e.g. Toyota Hilux 4WD Utility, Mercedes S Class, Mercedes G63 AMG, Medium SUV, Mini elite, etc. Intermediate elite: e.g. BMW 2 Series Active Tourer, etc. Standard cars: e.g. Volkswagen Passat, Economy elite, Special cars, etc. 5 seater minivan: e.g. Renault Scenic, Citroen Berlingo, Hybrid cars, Large truck-lorry, etc. Economy cars: e.g. Peugeot 2008, Toyota Yaris, BMW i3 Electric, Toyota Yaris Hybrid, etc. Compact cars: e.g. Hyundai i30, BMW 1 Series, Toyota Auris Hybrid, Audi A3, Volkswagen Golf, etc. 9 seater minivan / Minibus: e.g. Mercedes Vito Traveliner, Ford Transit, Ford Tourneo, Electric cars, etc. Mini cars: e.g. Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 107, Volkswagen Up, etc. Cargo van: e.g. Peugeot Expert Cargo Van (6m3), Renault Trafic Cargo Van (6m3), Volkswagen Caddy Combo Van, Iveco Cargo 12-Tonner Koffer, etc. Fullsize cars: e.g. Tesla Model S 75D, BMW 3 Series, Exotic cars, Moped, etc. Minivan: e.g. Mercedes Viano, Mercedes Sprinter, Compact elite, Small-medium truck-lorry, etc. SUV / Jeep: e.g. BMW X5, Mercedes G350 BlueTec, Nissan Juke, BMW X3, Citroen C4 Aircross 4X4, etc. Convertible: e.g. Mercedes SLK Convertible, Fullsize elite, Small SUV, etc. 7 seater minivan: e.g. Ford Galaxy, Volkswagen Touran, etc. Intermediate: e.g. Toyota Prius Plus, Toyota Prius Hybrid, Toyota Avensis, Audi A3, etc. Estate: e.g. Toyota Avensis Estate, Ford Focus Estate, Audi A6 Estate, Luxury elite, etc. However, in smaller cities and on islands like Hinnøya, Tjøme, Odden, Lyngøya, Steinsøya, Juovvi, Virtá, Veidnesholmen, Vardøya, Ulisuolu, Jatka, Storstappen, Storøya, Storholmen, Vinna, Store Vadsøya, Tamsøya, Stor-Skorøya, Lyngøya, Čohkaláhttá, Kobbøya,store, Kartøya, Store Kamøya, Gáhpesuolu, Store Gåsøya, Ekkerøya, Báhpasuolu, Stierdna, Gjesværstappan, Spildra, Spenna, Sørøya and Čohkaskárku etc, the range is smaller.
What to consider when looking for a rental car in Norway?
If you already have decided to rent a car in Norway before you leave and want to part as little as possible, you ought to book a car before you leave. First of all, you should try booking your car online. It is often the cheapest, easiest way to look for and compare, and it saves you time. If your car is supposed to be collected at an airport such as Oslo Gardermoen Airport, Bergen Flesland Airport, Trondheim Værnes Airport, Stavanger Sola Airport, Kristiansand Kjevik Airport, Sandefjord Torp Airport, Tromsø Langnes Airport, Skien Geiteryggen Airport and Ålesund Vigra Airport, you should book before you leave. One search shows many options. Enterprise, Thrifty, Sixt, Budget, Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Keddy By Europcar, Alamo, National are the companies that autoprio.com compares in Norway.
Parking and traffic regulations
As in all countries on earth the number of traffic rules in Norway can be endless, but it does not impose any problems renting and driving a car. In larger cities such as Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Kristiansand, Sandnes, Tromsø, Sarpsborg, Skien, it is sometimes difficult to drive a car. At rush hour, there can be a lot of traffic and it can be difficult to find parking. Learn the most important traffic and parking regulations to ensure a safe trip and that you abide the law.
Destinations in Norway
Compare car rental in regions such as: Cheap Rental Cars Oslo, Rent a Car Cheap Akershus, Trøndelag, Hordaland, Rogaland, Østfold, Buskerud, Møre og Romsdal, Nordland, Vestfold, Hedmark, Oppland, Telemark, Vest-Agder and Troms. There are no hidden fees or free cancellations/amendments up to 24-48 hours before you are supposed to pick up the car in Norway. Car rental in towns such as: Cheap Car Hire Oslo, Rental Cars Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Kristiansand, Sandnes, Asker, Tromsø, Sarpsborg, Skien, Ålesund, Sandefjord, Haugesund, Tønsberg, Moss, Porsgrunn, Bodø and Arendal. Here you can compare rental cars and vehicle rent from several companies in Norway. Car rental in airports such as: Car Rental Oslo Gardermoen Airport, Compare Car Rental Bergen Flesland Airport, Trondheim Værnes Airport, Stavanger Sola Airport, Kristiansand Kjevik Airport, Sandefjord Torp Airport, Tromsø Langnes Airport, Skien Geiteryggen Airport, Ålesund Vigra Airport, Haugesund Karmøy Airport, Bodø Airport, Hamar Airport, Harstad-Narvik Airport, Molde Årø Airport, Mo i Rana Røssvoll Airport, Kristiansund Airport, Narvik Airport, Alta Airport, Leknes Airport and Stord-Soerstokken Airport.
Frequently asked questions about car rental & renting a car in Norway
Which costs are included in the rental price?
In the majority of cases the rental price includes collision damage waiver, third party liability protection, tax, airport fee, unlimited mileage and breakdown assistance. Please note that the costs included may vary depending on the car rental agent and destination. The car rental agent may also choose to ask you for a deposit or excess at the rental desk in Norway. Make sure to check the rental conditions at the time of booking.
Which optional extras are available in Norway?
The availability of optional extras depends on the car rental agent and even if they are booked online they are not guaranteed. The following extras can be booked online: Additional driver, Booster seat, Child toddler seat, Infant child seat, GPS – Satellite Navigational System, Ski Rack, Snow Chain Set, Snow Tyres, Wi-Fi Access, Luggage / Roof Rack. Please note that most of the optional extras are not included in the rental price and can be purchased at the time of booking or at the rental desk in Norway. The cost of the optional extras are displayed at time of booking in the Rental Conditions.
How old do you have to be to rent a car in Norway?
Most car rental agents have a minimum age limit of 21 years for rentals. However, requirements may vary depending on the car rental agent and destination country. Please note that there may be additional charges if the main driver is under 25 or over 75 years old to cover the extra insurance cost. Any additional fee will be mentioned at the time of booking under summary of charges before you confirm the reservation.
What is the cheapest car rental company in Norway?
In the past 14 days, the cheapest rental cars were found on Autoprio.com at Keddy By Europcar, Enterprise, Alamo, National, Thrifty, Sixt, Budget and Europcar.
Can I book without a credit card in Norway?
Yes. You can make a booking without a credit card. Note that, even if you choose to pay by debit card, you will have to provide a valid credit card in the driver’s name at the time of pick-up since the rental agent requires a credit card from which to take the rental deposit. Credit cards accepted for pick-up are MasterCard, Visa, and in some cases American Express.
How much do you charge for excess in Norway?
The excess amount depends on the car rental agent and the rented vehicle and it will be refunded within 10-28 days after the rental if there has been no damage. Cartrawler offer damage refund insurance in association with our insurance partners, which will allow you to claim for reimbursement in the event that you have been charged for collision damage or theft. This damage refund insurance can be purchased at the time of booking.
How much does it cost to rent a car for a week in Norway?
On average a rental car in Norway costs NOK 5775 per week (NOK 825 per day, April 2021).
Which documents do I need to bring to the rental desk in Norway?
The rental voucher we will send you as part of the booking confirmation contains all documents required at the time of pick-up in Norway. In most cases, in order to release the reserved vehicle, you need to bring: Credit card in the name of the driver. Credit cards accepted for pick-up are MasterCard, Visa, and in some cases, American Express. Please consult your Booking Confirmation for list of accepted Credit Cards. Driving licence. Please note that only a full licence held for minimum of 1 year with no major endorsements will be accepted. Read more about requirements for driving licence. Booking voucher. This will be sent to you within 48 hours after booking and must be printed out. Any other forms of identification requested by the car rental agent in their terms and conditions. Details can be found on your rental voucher.
What are the best rental car companies in Norway?
Based on ratings and reviews on autoprio.com, the best car rental companies in Norway are Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Budget and Sixt.
How much does it cost to rent a car in Norway?
Renting a car in Norway costs from about NOK 825 per day and up, depending on the season and supply (April 2021). Sometimes you can find a cheaper rental car depending on the season. In the majority of cases the rental price includes collision damage waiver, third party liability protection, tax, airport fee, unlimited mileage and breakdown assistance. Please note that the costs included may vary depending on the car rental agent and destination country. The car rental agent may also choose to ask you for a deposit or excess at the rental desk. Make sure to check the rental conditions at the time of booking.
Which additional charges could apply?
Please note that each car rental agent in Norway has its own policy on additional charges which will be clearly stated in the rental conditions at the time of booking. Generally, additional charges may be applied for: out-of-hours pick-up/drop-off, border crossing, one-way rentals, young drivers or senior drivers and winter tyres. Any additional charges will need to be paid directly at the rental desk in the local currency.
Where can I purchase car rental insurance in Norway?
We recommend purchasing the damage refund insurance at the time of booking. Our insurance partners offer a complete damage refund insurance package which is up to 50% cheaper than what you would pay at the rental supplier’s desk. The insurance cost and conditions will be displayed at the time of booking.
How much does it cost to rent a car long term for a month in Norway?
On average a rental car in Norway costs NOK 23100 per month (NOK 825 per day, April 2021).
What are the most popular car rental locations in Norway?
Based on searches on autoprio.com, the most popular cities to rent a car in Norway are Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Kristiansand, Sandnes, Asker, Tromsø, Sarpsborg, Skien, Ålesund, Sandefjord and Haugesund.
Are there extra charges for drop-off at a different location in Norway?
Yes, in most cases the car rental agent will charge an extra fee if you wish to return the vehicle at a different location. We will clearly state whether the one-way fee is included in the rental price or what additional cost may arise at the time of booking.
What is the price of fuel in Norway?
The price of gasoline/petrol and diesel varies according to the prices set by the market. The price of gasoline/petrol and diesel varies constantly and often differs between different petrol companies. If you rent a car in Norway, gasoline prices will be around NOK 61.085 per gallon - 16.160 NOK per liter (April 2021) for 95, NOK 64.903 per gallon - 17.170 NOK per liter (April 2021) for 98 and diesel NOK 57.683 per gallon - 15.260 NOK per liter (April 2021) approximately.
How can I find car rentals near me in in Norway?
Do a search for the city, island or airport closest to you in Norway. A search for country or e.g. island in Norway lists the largest airports. Then take a look at our map of car rental companies to find the best rental cars near you.
Car rental companies we compare in Norway
National, Budget, Thrifty, Sixt, Alamo, Keddy By Europcar, Hertz, Avis, Enterprise and Europcar are the companies that autoprio.com compares in Norway.