If a vehicle passes the roadworthiness test, the approval of roadworthiness is registered electronically and is available online and in the register of the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. A paper receipt for the inspection is also delivered to the owner of the vehicle. This contains no security elements. If there is a need for a follow-up inspection, the document is a reminder that a new roadworthiness test must be carried out. The deadline for inspection is calculated from date of the last main inspection. If a follow-up inspection is needed, the inspection deadline will still be calculated from date of the main inspection. Vehicle owners may carry out the inspection up to two months before the inspection deadline.
Categories of Vehicles
First mandatory test
M1 not exceeding 7 500 kg and N1
Within four years after the date of first registration
Every two years
M1 above 7 500 kg, O3, O4, M2, M3, N2, N3, taxis and ambulances
Within one year after the date of first registration
Vehicles of historical interest at least 30 years old
After the vehicle is 30 years old
Every five years
Vehicles of historical interest at least 50 years old
After the vehicle is 50 years old
Exemptions: Vehicles of historical interest that have passed their 50-year inspection
Roadworthiness tests are performed by an approved inspection body approved by the regional road office. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is responsible for issuing roadworthiness certificates.
As of 08/02/2019, there is a new system for roadworthiness inspection in Norway. Previously, the deadline for inspection was guided by the last digit of license plate. Now the deadline is calculated from the date of the last complete inspection.