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For the Norwegian market there are different rules for different products. At ‘Toll og avgiftsdirektoratet’ web page www.toll.no you will find all the information needed to estimate what it will cost to import a vehicle to Norway. The page also includes a Calculator that will automatically calculate the taxes for you. Below you will find a summary for each vehicle group that will help estimate your taxes for import. Even though we always try to stay updated on the governments import regulations, changes do occur without notice so always keep yourself updated on www.toll.no



Automobiles

Cars over 30 years old are considered ‘Classics’ (veteran) and are therefore exempt from a lot of taxes. The following is what you need to pay for a classic car imported  into Norway.

·        Tax (moms 25%) on the value of the carActive Image

·        Tax (moms 25%) on freight and insurance charges

      ·        One time fee (vrakpant + stykkavgift) NOK 4447

Following is an example of what a classic car could cost you.

1966 Mercedes Benz 250 SL.

 

Purchase price $ 12,000           NOK @ 6.00 = Kr 72,000      Moms = Kr 18,000

Freight + Ins     $ 1,200            NOK @ 6.00 = Kr 7,200        Moms = Kr   1,800       

One time fee                                                                                            Kr  4,447         

Total                                                                                                        Kr 24,247

Note: The Tax (25% moms on purchase price) is due when vehicle arrives in Norway. The one time fee is due when the car is registered.  

 

Cars under 30 years old are subject to taxes depending on several factors.

 

At www.toll.no you will find two methods for calculating the taxes on your car. Deciding on which method to use depends on several factors and this is very well explained under innførsel av kjøretøy . A Calculator to help assist you with the calculations is also available here. But before you start calculating the taxes on your car you need to know a few specifications on your vehicle. Here is a list of what you need to know before you start.

·        Weight of vehicle

·        HP or KWSample Image

·        Engine volume

·        Date or year when first time registered

·        CIF value, which is what you paid for the vehicle + freight and insurance cost.

 

Note: Only the Tax (25% moms on purchase price) is due when vehicle arrives in Norway. The rest of the taxes are due when the car is being registered.

 

To help find some of these values for your car here in the US you may use the following website as a resource or contact us so we can assist you.

Find your specification here


 Motorcycles

Motorcycles over 30 years old fall under the same category and requirements as the classic (veteran) cars. The difference is a slightly cheaper one time fee. At www.toll.no you will find all the information you need. In addition, the Calculator also has a motorcycle feature.

·        Tax (moms 25%) on the value of the motorcycle

·        Tax (moms 25%) on freight and insurance chargesSample Image

·        One time fee (vrakpant + stykkavgift) NOK 3147

Following is an example of what a classic motorcycle could cost you in taxes

1975 Harley Davidson FLH.

 

Purchase price $ 8,000            NOK @ 6.00 = Kr 48,000             Moms = Kr 12,000

Freight + Ins    $   600             NOK @ 6.00 = Kr   3,600             Moms = Kr     900       

One time fee                                                                                                  Kr   3,147         

Total                                                                                                              Kr 16,047

Note: The Tax (25% moms on purchase price) is due when motorcycle arrives in Norway. The one time fee is due when the motorcycle is registered. 

 

Motorcycles under 30 years old are treated in the same manner as cars under 30 years old. At www.toll.no you will find two methods for calculating the taxes on your motorcycle. Deciding on which method to use depends on several factors and this is very well explained under innførsel av kjøretøy. A Calculator to help assist you with the calculations is also available here. But before you start calculating the taxes on your motorcycle you need to know a few specifications. Here is a list of what you need to know before you start.

·        HP or KW

Active Image·        Engine volume

·        Date or year when first time registered

·        CIF value, which is what you paid for the vehicle + freight and insurance cost.

Note: Only the Tax (25% moms on purchase price) is due when motorcycle arrives in Norway. The rest of the taxes are due when the motorcycle is being registered.


Active ImageBoats

 

Boats that are being imported to Norway from the U.S are subject to the following taxation:

·        Marine engine tax (Kr 140 pr 1 HP)

·        Marine tax is added to purchase price of vessel together with Freight and insurance cost.

·        The final value is then subject to tax (25% moms)

The following is an example of import taxes on a boat to Norway:

2002 Sea Ray 26 Sundancer. HP 260,  $45.000,  freight $4000  insurance $300

Purchase price $ 45,000                                                    NOK @ 6.00 = Kr 270,000           Marine engine tax (Kr140 X 260HP)                                                           Kr   36,400           Freight + Insurance $ 4,300                                               NOK @ 6.00 = Kr   25,800           Moms (25% of Kr 332,200)                                                                        Kr   83,050

Total Taxes to be paid: Marine engine tax Kr 36,500 + Moms Kr 83,050 = Kr 119,550

The following links are helpful when getting familiar with taxation on boats.

Import of boat to Norway

Taxes on Marine engines in Norway  

 


Personal effects and Parts

Personal effects and moving goods are free from taxes if you have moved out of Norway for more than one full year. All personal effects should be owned and used by the declarer during the stay. All items should carry some sign of being used. If you meet all these requirements you can import your personal effects free from taxes to Norway.

 

New items that do not show signs of being used are subject to 25% tax (moms) of purchase value when brought into the country. As well are parts that do not fall under the personal effect category. At www.toll.no you will find all information necessary to declare your personal effects.

 

All parts are subject to 25% tax (moms) on purchase value when declared in Norway.

 
 
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