As the owner of a parking card for mobility-impaired drivers (HC card), you are entitled to an exemption through toll roads in Norway if your card has been issued with a duration of at least two years. After the age of 80, the validity date can be less than two years. You can only get an exemption for one car.
The exemption provision for drivers with reduced mobility is stipulated by law and applies to everyone who passes through the toll rings with a valid AutoPASS agreement and a valid parking permit registered with the toll company Ferde.
Ferde AS operates toll projects in the counties of Vestland, Rogaland and Agder. As of today, you are entitled to exemption for passages in the following toll projects in this region; Førdepakken, Nordhordlandspakken, Bergen, Askøypakken, Haugalandspakken, Nord-Jæren and Kristiansand.
The exemption will only be valid the day after it has been registered with Ferde. Registration will normally take place on the first working day after receiving documentation.
The exemption is automatically terminated when the validity of the parking card has expired. When you receive a new parking card, it is important to send in a copy of the new parking card so that it is registered with Ferde. If you receive a new tag for the vehicle, you must also contact Ferde so that the new tag is linked to the exemption.
If the AutoPASS agreement is inactive or canceled, you will not receive an exemption.
For questions about exemptions on toll passages, you can contact us here.