NORWAY : DRIVING AND PARKING REGULATIONS
Speed limitsThe following max. speed limits apply for cars and motorbikes:
Urban areas : max 50 km/h
Residential areas : max 30 km/h
Regional roads : 80 km/h
Highways : 110 km/h
Parking regulationsParking is forbidden less than 5 meters to a crossroad junction, pedestrian crossing or a railway crossing
Parking is not allowed less than 20 meters from a bus stop.
Parking is also forbidden on regional roads and motorways/highways.
Parking disabled car driversWith a blue badge you may park for free on most of the city and state parking lots and municipal car parks and twice as long on parking spaces with time limits.
Cities in Norway
Car parking in Oslo
Oslo is the capital city of Norway and is located in the southeastern part of the country. It is the largest city in Norway, with a population of around 700,000 people. Oslo is home to several world-famous museums and galleries, including the Munch Museum, the National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design, and the Viking Ship Museum. The city is also known for its historic buildings and landmarks, including the Akershus Fortress, the Royal Palace, and the Oslo City Hall.Read more about car parking in Oslo
Car parking in Bergen
Bergen is a popular tourist destination, with visitors flocking to the city to explore its natural and cultural attractions. The city is also known for its festivals and events, including the Bergen International Festival, the Bergen Food Festival, and the Bergen International Film Festival.Read more about car parking in Bergen
Car parking in Trondheim
Trondheim is a city in Trøndelag county in central Norway. It is the third-largest city in Norway, with a population of around 200,000 people. Trondheim is situated on the Trondheim Fjord, and it is known for its stunning natural surroundings, including mountains, forests, and lakes.Read more about car parking in Trondheim
Car parking in Stavanger
Stavanger is a city in Rogaland county in southwestern Norway. It is the fourth-largest city in Norway, with a population of around 142,000 people. Stavanger is situated on the southwestern coast of Norway, and it is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including fjords, mountains, and beaches.Read more about car parking in Stavanger
Car parking in Drammen
Drammen is a city in Buskerud county in southeastern Norway. It is the capital of the county and has a population of around 100,000 people, making it the 4th-largest city in Norway. The city is near the Drammen Fjord and is surrounded by forested hills.Read more about car parking in Drammen
Car parking in Fredrikstad
Fredrikstad is a city and municipality located in the southeastern part of Norway. It is the fifth-largest city in the county of Østfold and has a population of around 81,000 people. Fredrikstad is situated at the mouth of the river Glomma, and it is known for its beautiful old town, Gamlebyen, which is one of the best-preserved fortified towns in Scandinavia.Read more about car parking in Fredrikstad