Understand why Norwegians embrace their wilderness with such passion by choosing car hire in Norway. Explore the country's magnificent national parks, glaciers, and Arctic ecosystems in a rental car booked with Nova Car Hire.
Car Hire in Norway
One of the most beautiful and expensive countries on earth, Norway repays the visitor with thousands of unforgettable memories. From the impossible steepness of spectacular fjords and glistening glaciers to magnificent mountains and Arctic wildlife, Norway is a dream location for lovers of the outdoors. Take your pick of hiking, cycling, and rafting in summer or sledding and skiing in winter on a car hire trip arranged through Nova.
Why Should I Book Car Hire in Norway with Nova?
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Car Hire Requirements in Norway
When collecting your hire car in Norway, you must present your full, valid driving licence and car hire booking confirmation voucher. The main driver must pay the balance (rate less deposit) using their own credit card. Keep your licence, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration documents in the rental car at all times.
Airports in Norway
There are 98 airports in Norway, seven of which process more than 1 million passengers annually. The principal gateway is Oslo Gardermoen Airport, which sees more than four times as many passengers per year as Bergen Flesland International Airport. The next-busiest airports are Stavanger Sola International Airport, Trondheim Værnes International Airport, Billund, and Tromsø Airport, Langnes.
Norway Driving Rules & Regulations
Drive on the right and overtake on the left in Norway. Speed limits range from 30km/h to 100km/h. The minimum legal tyre tread is 1.6 millimetres on summer tyres and 3 millimetres on winter tyres.You'll find further information on rules of the road in Norway here.
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