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Norway car hire tips
Where to pick up your car
There are over 40 car hire locations in Norway, and the most popular city is Oslo.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Norway are Hertz, Budget, Sixt, Avis and Europcar.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Norway are February and May.
Norwegian Krone (NOK)
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Hire a car in Norway
Norway is an isolated and vast expanse, which beckons to be explored.
With glaciers, mountains, Northern Lights and over 12,600 miles of coastline, Norway’s visual landscape is captivating. Its Scandinavian charm provides the country with further allure, while its 18 different scenic national routes means there’s no chance of only visiting once.
Don’t miss out on driving one of the world’s most stunning and adrenaline pumping highways – Trollstigen. easyCar compares top rental brands across Norway to get you the best deal for your northern adventure.
Car hire information in Norway
It is common for roads to be closed during the winter, so keep an eye on the forecast and plan an extra make up day in your schedule in case of bad weather.
Fuel is expensive and driving distances are far. Fill up when you can and consider the fuel efficiency of different types of rental cars. A diesel vehicle is a good option to save money.
As Norway is the longest country in Europe, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that its cities and tourist destinations are extremely spread out. Plan your route well and carefully choose your starting destination, so you do not accidently drive through the night to get where you want to be. We recommend starting your car hire adventure in Oslo.
Compared to other European countries, its unlikely you’ll experience any traffic at all.
Norway car hire stats
|Frequently asked question||Answer|
|Most popular place to hire a car in Norway|| 1. Oslo |
|Most popular rental length||Seven days|
|Most popular month to rent a car||August, where a hire car costs on average £51.80 per day|
|Type of car||Average cost per day||Minimum cost per day|
National tourist routes
One of Norway’s longest and most southern scenic routes, Ryfylke passes through high mountains and deep fjords. It will take you to some of the country’s most photographic spots, including Pulit Rock and Kjerag boulder.
Driving this road is just as amazing – if not more of a delight – as the attractions along the way. The visually stunning motorway glides from island to island over seven bridges. It is a fine balance of engineering and natural beauty.
This route is one of Norway’s finest gems. The narrow bendy road winds it way through the mountains, which has a golden glow in the autumn and lush vibrancy in the summer. Note that parts of this road are closed during the winter.
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The ultimate Norway road trip
Oslo Airport OSL
Oslo Airport is Norway's main international airport.
Car hire pick up point
Most car hire companies are located within the arrivals hall, some must be reached by shuttle bus.
Gardnos Meteorite Crater
The site of a 5km wide meteorite impact crater that struck an estimated 500 million years ago.
A popular ski resort and the gateway to two nearby national parks, featuring climbing routes and wild reindeer.
One of the country’s most peacefully situated towns, here you can explore Norway’s second longest fjord.
Picturesquely surrounded by hills and fjords, it offers a combination of urban heritage and natural pageantry.