£26 - £66
£64 - £152
£24 - £55
The cheapest time to hire a car in Oslo is in October. The price is 32% lower than the rest of the year at just GBP 27 per day. The most expensive month is August. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in October. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in January. The price of a car hire in Oslo can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Cheapest||Sixt||Sixt gives you the cheapest deals in 4 locations around the city|
|Most popular||keddy by Europcar||keddy by Europcar gives you the cheapest deals in 3 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 14 locations|
|Oslo Spektrum||23 mi|
|Oslo City kjøpesenter||23 mi|
|Oslo rådhus||53 mi|
|Oslo sentralstasjon||53 mi|
|Jernbanetorget Metro Station||53 mi|
|Oslo City kjøpesenter||53 mi|
|Oslo rådhus||91 mi|
|Jernbanetorget Metro Station||91 mi|
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We've had 750 searches from users looking to hire a car in Oslo this month so far.
For February in Oslo, the average price from these searches for a weekend hire was £22 - but some users found deals as low as £17. Users looking for a one-week hire in Oslo for February saw an average deal of £37 - but quotes as low as £17 were available depending on dates and car options.
In February, to hire a car at Oslo Gardermoen will cost on average £34.
24% of the best car hire deals in Oslo for next month came from Sixt; however, Alamo and Europcar are often competitive depending on what you're looking for.
Users search for automatic cars 29% of the time in Oslo. A good deal for an automatic car hire in Oslo during February starts at £15.
Motorways, single carriageways and urban roads in Oslo are subject to different speed limits. Motorways are set to a limit of 68 mph, with single carriageway roads slightly lower at 55 mph. City and urban road speed limits do vary so always look out for signs, generally they are set at 31 mph.
It is strongly recommended that you avoid alcohol before driving a vehicle. In Oslo the safe and legal limit for drink-driving is 0% BAC.
The side of the road drivers use in Oslo is the right.