What is a zero-emission vehicle?

Veronica Solås

Zero-emission vehicle is a collective name for electric cars and hydrogen cars.

Payment of tolls as a zero-emission vehicle requires tag and a valid agreement. Without a tag and a valid agreement, zero-emission vehicles will be charged ordinary fare like other vehicles.

In a growing number of tollling projects, a toll fee for zero-emission vehicles for rate group 1 is introduced. The toll fee is 50 pct. of ordinary toll fee after discount.
Zero-emission vehicles in tariff group 2 shall not yet pay a toll.

The introduction of payment for zero-emission vehicles is done according to the instructions from Prop. 87 S (2017-2018) and local government.

Introduction of payment for zero-emission vehicles in the south and west of Norway:

01/01/19 Askøypakken
01/02/19 Bømlopakken
01/04/19  E134 Stordalstunnelen, Halsnøysambandet, Jondalstunnelen
06/04/19 Bomringen i Bergen (continued excemption for Hydrogen vehicles with agreement)
01/08/19 Kvammapakken, Fv. 45 Gjesdal, Finnfast, Vossapakko, Hardangerbrua
01/09/19 Haugalandspakken, T-forbindelsen, Førdepakken, E18 Tvedestrand-Arendal
01/12/19 Nordhordlandspakken
10/02/20 Bymiljøpakken – Nord-Jæren

Toll stations that does not have payment for zero emission vehicles at this time. (requires a valid AutoPASS-tag and agreement)

  • Toll ring in Kristiansand