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Onboard Norway info sheet: Electric cars in Oslo

Parking in Oslo:

  • https://www.oslo.kommune.no/gate-transport-og-parkering/parkering/lade-elbil-og-hybridbil/#gref

  • Electric cars must pay for parking in municipal parking lots, also in resident parking areas.

  • At municipal charging stations and fast charging stations, you must charge and pay where this is signposted.

Dial ⏲ (Urskive)

You must use this dial in the parking spaces marked with a dial symbol.

You can order a dial here. It looks like a clock and you put it in the window of the car when you park.


Where are the charging stations?

  • Map of charging stations for electric cars and rechargeable hybrid cars

  • You must pay around the clock for electric cars and rechargeable hybrid cars at municipal charging stations that are signposted with «Ladbar motorvogn under lading mot avgift». "Rechargeable motor vehicle during charging for a fee".

  • At municipal charging stations that are signposted with "For rechargeable motor vehicle"(For ladbar motorvogn) and "For electric motor vehicle" ( «For EL-motorvogn» ), it is free to park and charge electric cars and rechargeable hybrid cars.

How to use new charging stations

To unlock and charge new charging stations, you must use an RFID tag. The chip must be registered with Fortum Charge & Drive, via their app. At the municipality's charging stations, the RFID chip is only used to open the charger.

These charging stations have a type 2 connector. You must have a type 2 charging cable to charge. The charging power is up to 7.2kW (32A). In addition, there are some chargers with 22KW power.


How to use older charging stations:

  • At charging stations from 2008 - 2012, you must use a key to charge. These charging stations have a standard socket (Schuko). The charging power is up to 2.3kW (10A).

  • Oslo Municipality's charging posts: You cannot use adapter 16A / 1 phase from charger with Type 2 to normal socket (Schuko).

Fast charging places incl. Semi-fast chargers

Private charging operators operate fast chargers and semi-fast chargers in municipal places. You can not charge longer than the maximum time on the signs allows. Here, everyone has to pay for charging, including those with HC cards. This applies to:

  • Neuberggata 9B

  • Stavangergata 44C

  • Drammensveien 161

  • Monrads gate 11

Price and payment for fast charging and semi-fast charging

The price for fast charging and semi-fast charging varies according to the charging operator's own rates. Information about prices is given at the charging stations. Here, everyone has to pay for charging, including those with HC cards.

You can pay for charging with the charging operator's charging chip, app or SMS.

Paying toll on the roads in Oslo

Electric cars have to pay for toll in and around Oslo. The rates are significantly lower than for fossil-fuelled cars.


Passage in rush hour is registered in the period between 06.30 - 09.00 and 15.00 - 17.00.

Rush hour allowances shall not be collected on Saturdays, Sundays, official holidays, or in July.


Benefits of AutoPASS agreement

We recommend that you register for an autopass. With this you get the following discounts:

  • 20% discount for vehicles under 3,500 kg

  • With the AutoPASS agreement, you get the benefits hourly rule and monthly ceiling on your passes

  • The AutoPASS agreement is valid throughout Scandinavia and all toll passes come on a single invoice

  • There is no monthly fee or annual fee, only a deposit for the badge of NOK 200 which you get back when you end the AutoPASS agreement. So you only pay for your actual toll passes

You can get this pass from: FREMTINDSERVICE.NO

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