Norway Motorhome Hire
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Motorhome and campervan hire in Norway
Hiring a motorhome in Norway
Scandinavia is filled with spectacular scenery, exciting activities and the great outdoors. Hire a motorhome, and visit this amazing region in comfort and luxury. A motorhome is one of the best ways to relax and be at one with nature. During the summer enjoy long evenings by beautiful ffjords or beaches, cook your own meals and sleep in your own motohome!
Norway is an ideal destination for a relaxing motorhome holiday. It is a place where you can enjoy tranquility, fresh air and stunning landscapes.
When you collect your motorhome in Norway you will be taught how to use it and get the best out of your vacation. However here are a few good tips for campervans in Norway
In Norway the minimum age of a driver is 18 years, but there will be restrictions for driving a motorhome.In a motorhome in Norway it is compulsory to wear seatbelts in the front and back.
Speed limits are as follows: usually 30 km/h in residential areas, 50 km/h (30 mph) in built-up areas, 80 km/h (50 mph) or 90 km/h (56 mph) outside built-up areas, and 80 km/h (50 mph) or 90 km/h (56 mph) on motorways.
In Norway Trams always have priority. When you are in the mountains, vehicles travelling downhill have priority over those going up; they must reverse into a passing bay. Headlights must be on at all times while driving
In Norway you must give way to the car at an intersection to the right hand side even if your road is the through road at a T junction. You only have the right of way if you are on a "yellow diamond road" To further compound the risk locals tend to not bother looking left nor slowing down for intersections, when they have right of way at an intersection.
Snow tyres are compulsory in the winter. The maximum width of a motorhome is 2.5 meters; max length is 12.4 meters.
If you want to visit one of the wonderful cities in Norway, please be aware of the following city tolls; There's an NOK 12 toll on vehicles entering the centre of Oslo, NOK 5 toll on weekdays entering the centre of Bergen and NOK 11 toll charged on vehicles entering Trondheim's city.