The English version of the Norwegian Customs website ( https://www.toll.no/en/) includes a section with frequently asked
The information on the website will be updated continuously.
For questions relating to travel and other measures taken against the spread of COVID-19, please visit the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's homepage at www.fhi.no.
If you have any questions about customs clearance, please call our information centre on (+47) 22 86 03 12.
Quarantine for 14 days for everyone coming from outside the Nordic countries. (12.03.2020)
In addition, the Norwegian Institute of Health encourages everyone to avoid journeys that are not strictly necessary (both domestic and international).
Start date: 12.03.2020
End date: 26.03.2020
Further information: https://www.fhi.no/en/news/2020/norwegian-directorate-of-health-implemen...
Information about travel restrictions and impact on transport
As from 19 June, mandatory quarantine in Norway has been reduced from 14 to 10 days. This reduction applies to people travelling for work reasons and tourists that come from the following countries: Finland (including Åland), Denmark, Iceland, Greenland, The Faroe Islands and Svalbard. Due to the situation in Sweden, travellers from Sweden (except from Gotland) still have to quarantine for 10 days.
More information can be found here.
As from 14 May, the relaxations of driving and rest time rules have ceased to apply in Norway. The government decided not to prolong them, therefore drivers operating in Norway should comply with the original provisions.
In an effort to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the Norwegian border control measures will be extended for 90 days, after 15 May.
The current measures in place involve the posting of police and military employees at border stations in order to control persons crossing the borders.
It is important for truck drivers to have their passport and driving license readily available when crossing the border.
On 15 April, rules on driving and rest times were relaxed in Norway. Relaxations will apply only for freight transport operations until 24:00 of 13 May and are as follows:
· The daily driving time is extended from 9 hours to 11 hours.
· Maximum weekly driving time raised from 56 hours to 58 hours.
· Maximum fortnightly driving limit raised from 90 hours to 96 hours.
· Reduction of the daily rest from 11 hours to 9 hours.
· A weekly rest of a minimum of 24 hours must be followed by a weekly rest of 45 hours, meaning a reduced weekly rest is allowed every other week. The reduced weekly rest does not have to be compensated.
On border crossings between Norway and neighbouring countries, controls and prioritisation of goods are the following: