If you have a car that has a deadline for EU control in the period from March 13 to April 30, the deadline will be delayed by two months, states the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.
This applies to around 187,000 vehicles.
“We are aware that several people are quarantined and should stay at home. To make this as easy as possible for car owners out there, we have chosen to give everyone who has a deadline from now until the end of April, two months postponement,” says Bodil Rønning Dreyer, director of the Public Roads Administration.
If everyone waits, there is a risk that there will be an accumulation and pressure on those who will approve the cars.
“So if you have the opportunity to get your car approved in the weeks ahead with the precautions the health authorities have provided, the urge is that you do,” says Dreyer
On Friday, all driver and vehicle licensing offices in the country closed their doors. Initially until March 26. This means that all driver tests and theory tests during this period are canceled.
© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today