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Driving in Norway

Speed Limits
Motorways: 90km/h
Open Roads: 80km/h
Urban Areas: 50km/h

Minimum Driver age: 18

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 21

Required equipment for your car: Warning Triangle. Reflective Jacket. Winter Equipment.

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information: Speeding and other driving offences are subject to heavy on the spot fines. There are some toll roads in Norway. Except when full beamed headlights are needed, dipped headlights must be on all the time.

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Norway has just over 4.5 million inhabitants in an area of 385,155 sq km with 2,650 kms of coastline. Half of the country's total area is above treeline. 25% of the country is covered by forest which leaves only 3% arable land.

Must See in Norway

North Cape

The North Cape from 13 May to 29 July you can see the midnight sun.

Stavanger

The oil capital of Norway. It boasts the largest area of old wooden houses in Europe.

Bergen

The gateway to the fjords and was designated one of the European Cities of Culture 2000.

Nordland, Troms and Finnmark

Is the Land of the Midnight Sun and the Northern Lights.

Islands

Kristiansand and the islands of Flekkerøy, Oksøy plus Grønningen lighthouse and the zoo and Lyngør island on the edge of the open sea with closely-built wooden houses that line a sheltered harbour. It has been designated Europe's best-preserved village.

Dates for Your Diary

May 17

Norway's Constitution Day and marks the day when Norway became a free and independent nation. Celebrations include processions and parades.

January 26-30

Festival of Northern Lights, includes international musicians with music ranging from baroque to contemporary and from classical to jazz.

February 3-19

The Kristiansund Opera Festival which presents musical theatre, and offers two or three opera productions, concerts, ballet and large church music productions.

March 5-6

Lillehammer World Cup Alpine Skiing Downhill and Super G at Kvitfjell.

March 20-28

Easter Festival popular with Norway's Sami population. Reindeer races, Concerts, theatre, art exhibits and snowmobile rallies.

March

Nordic Film Festival in Kautokeino.