Car Hire in Norway

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Oslo, Norway
19 Aug — 26 Aug
Same drop-off
Oslo, Norway
Fri 19/8
Noon
Fri 26/8
Noon
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Best deals found for Norway car hires

Find great deals below on a variety of popular hire cars in Norway
Kia Rio
or similar Economy
Up to 2 passengers
4-door vehicles

£35/day

16 Sep - 25 Sep
Kia Rio
Peugeot 308 SW
or similar Compact estate car
Up to 4 passengers

£43/day

14 Sep - 24 Sep
Peugeot 308 SW
Vauxhall Mokka
or similar Compact SUV
Up to 4 passengers

£44/day

15 Sep - 25 Sep
Vauxhall Mokka
Nissan Qashqai
or similar Intermediate SUV
Up to 5 passengers

£53/day

4 Sep - 11 Sep
Nissan Qashqai
Ford Focus
or similar Compact
Up to 4 passengers

£40/day

15 Sep - 25 Sep
Ford Focus
Audi A3
or similar Intermediate
Up to 5 passengers
4-door vehicles

£40/day

1 Sep - 29 Sep
Audi A3
Toyota Yaris
or similar Economy
Up to 2 passengers

£36/day

5 Sep - 12 Sep
Toyota Yaris
Peugeot 508 SW
or similar Standard estate car
Up to 5 passengers

£52/day

15 Sep - 25 Sep
Peugeot 508 SW
Ford Focus
or similar Compact
Up to 4 passengers

£38/day

16 Sep - 25 Sep
Ford Focus

Norway car hire information

If you’re considering using rental cars for your trip to Norway, there are some noteworthy differences compared to driving laws and habits in the UK. First off, you’ll always have to carry your full valid UK driving licence as well as your motor insurance certificate, which your car hire company will supply. Double-check that you get this document with your car rental, as insurance is a legal requirement for anyone driving in Norway. You will also need to carry either your V5 registration document or your car hire contract. However, you no longer need to carry an insurance green card with you. The law in Norway also requires all cars to either have adjustable headlights or to fit headlamp converters at night. Once again, make sure that the model you hire has one of these features. You also have to use dipped lights during the daytime. Regarding alcohol, driving laws are very stringent here, with a legal limit of 0.02%. Front and back seat occupants must wear seat belts, and small children must be in child seats.

When you’re booking your car hire in Norway, you’ll have to bring proof of age, such as an ID document, as you’re only allowed to rent a car from the age of 19. You’ll also need to produce your valid UK driving licence, which you must have held for at least a year, and your passport. It’s also a good idea to get excess insurance to cover yourself in the event of a mishap. You don’t have to do this through the car hire company – in fact, it’s usually cheaper to organise it yourself before you travel. Be aware that the company you hire your car from may require you to use a credit card for your deposit, which won’t be a problem if you book through momondo. Rental cars are not subject to the same requirements that apply when you bring your own car – so you won’t need the old GB or new UK sticker, for example.

Most of the main roads in Norway are relatively quiet, with little in the way of heavy traffic. The only exception to this is the region around the capital city of Oslo. Traffic can get so bad here that it has regularly been described as the most congested city in Scandinavia. That said, it’s no worse than major metropolitan areas in the UK, like London or Manchester. If you’re staying in the city, it’s good to get the most compact and fuel-efficient car possible. Travellers who are only visiting the city as part of a holiday itinerary are better off parking rental cars outside the city centre and using the excellent city tram system to get around. When you’re travelling between towns and cities, you’ll have no problems finding petrol stations at regular intervals, and all Norwegian pumps take cards.

Norway is world-famous for its winter wonderland conditions, and there are lots of scenic drives you can take if you’ve booked car hire. Some of the big tourist drawing cards are the dramatic fjords, which you can view by taking the Atlanterhavsvegen, or Atlantic Ocean Road, which connects tiny islands with road bridges. Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can visit it by driving the Trollstigen route. Watch out for the many hairpins on this road. To see the most awe-inspiring glaciers and waterfalls, drive the Hardangervidda route, which runs along the largest mountain plateau in Northern Europe.


Norway car hire deals found on momondo

Find the car hire in Norway that's right for you

Small cars

£31 - £87

All Car Types

£61 - £165

The average price of a Small hire in Norway is £56. The cheapest time to hire a Small in Norway is in January. The price is 45% lower than the rest of the year at just £31 per day. A Small car hire is typically 43% less expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire. Below are the best prices for Norway Small rentals found on momondo in the past week.

The average price of a Medium hire in Norway is £84. The cheapest time to hire a Medium in Norway is in September. The price is 46% lower than the rest of the year at just £46 per day. A Medium car hire is typically 14% less expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire. Below are the best prices for Norway Medium rentals found on momondo in the past week.

The average price of a Large hire in Norway is £114. The cheapest time to hire a Large in Norway is in January. The price is 28% lower than the rest of the year at just £83 per day. A Large car hire is typically 15% more expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire.

The average price of a SUV hire in Norway is £75. The cheapest time to hire a SUV in Norway is in May. The price is 26% lower than the rest of the year at just £56 per day. A SUV car hire is typically 23% less expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire. Below are the best prices for Norway SUV rentals found on momondo in the past week.

The average price of a Van hire in Norway is £153. The cheapest time to hire a Van in Norway is in January. The price is 39% lower than the rest of the year at just £95 per day. A Van car hire is typically 38% more expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire.

The average price of a Luxury hire in Norway is £113. The cheapest time to hire a Luxury in Norway is in October. The price is 40% lower than the rest of the year at just £69 per day. A Luxury car hire is typically 15% more expensive than the average car hire in Norway. The average price of a car hire in Norway can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your car hire.

Toyota Yaris
or similar Economy
Up to 2 passengers

£36/day

5 Sep - 12 Sep
Toyota Yaris
Kia Rio
or similar Economy
Up to 2 passengers
4-door vehicles

£35/day

16 Sep - 25 Sep
Kia Rio
Ford Focus
or similar Compact
Up to 4 passengers

£38/day

16 Sep - 25 Sep
Ford Focus

Find popular attractions close to your car hire pick-up

Visit these must-see attractions near popular car hire locations in Norway

Nearby attractions:

Toyen Park22.1 mi
Jordal Amfi22.5 mi
Oslo Spektrum22.8 mi
Telenor Arena26.0 mi

Nearby attractions:

Grieghallen7.6 mi
Bergenhus festning8.1 mi
Folgefonna National Park43.4 mi
Urnes Stave Church99.1 mi
Borgund Stave Church102.0 mi

Nearby attractions:

Folgefonna National Park81.3 mi
Grieghallen105.0 mi
Bergenhus festning105.8 mi
Borgund Stave Church167.6 mi
Hemsedal Skisenter169.4 mi

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Car hire in Norway

Learn everything there is to know about hiring a car in Norway so you can be properly prepared for your next trip

Getaround is the most affordable car hire agency in Norway, with prices found for as low as £25 per day in some areas of the country. Comparatively, the average price to rent a car in Norway is £81 per day.

Hertz is currently the most popular car hire company in Norway, with 21% of users selecting their services in the past month. Hertz is also popular due to their 35 reviews and average customer satisfaction score of 6.3 out of 10. Keep in mind that your destination within Norway might not have any Hertz car rental locations, so you should always have a backup agency in mind.

The car hire company with the most locations in Norway is Sunnycars. They currently have 152 locations that can be found within airports and cities across the country. Oslo is one of the most popular cities to visit in Norway, and you should have no trouble hiring a car from one of Sunnycars’s 15 locations around the city.

In Norway, drivers are required to drive on the right at all times. Not doing so can result in traffic violation tickets.

As of 2019, Norway ranked 65 out of 137 countries for road quality. Norway received a road quality score of 4, which is based on a scale of 1 to 7, with 7 being the best possible score.

The legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit in Norway is 0.95 mg/l. However, it’s important to check regional or local city laws because sometimes this limit might be different. The BAC in Norway may also vary based on age, driving experience, and whether or not you are driving a commercial vehicle. Norway has strict laws against individuals who drink-drive when they are younger than the legal drinking age of 18.

A Economy is the most popular type of car hire for those travelling to Norway. According to our data, 29% of our users preferred a Economy over any other car type. This may be due to the activities they have planned and what the weather conditions are like in their destination city. When renting a Economy in Norway, you can expect to pay £51 per day on average.

As of last week, the average price of petrol in Norway was £1.92 per litre. If you’re looking to hire a car on a budget, consider a country with lower fuel prices such as Algeria which has an average price of £0.27 per litre. Hong Kong is another great country to visit if you aren’t worried about petrol prices, which tend to be around £2.45 per litre as of last week.


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