I was driving a Swedish rental car in Norway on 1 August when I realised I was driving past an automatic toll collection point. I couldn't reach the internet the same day, but the next morning on 2 August I registered with Norwegian Autopass / EPCplc and added the Swedish rental car for period 29 July to 13 August. The Autopass website did not complain when I tried to register the rental car period back-dated, and the confirmation e-mail said it may be a couple of months before they send me a bill. Does it matter that I registered at 2 August when I passed the toll at 1 August, considering I indicated I rented the car from 29 July? Will the bill go to me or to the rental car company? I'm worried that the rental car company may add a hefty administration fee on top of the modest toll road fee.

  • One would guess the bills from before you registered would go to the rental car company.
    – user13044
    Aug 2, 2017 at 22:54
  • Your instinct is probably right. If I were you, I'd try calling the Norwegian Autopass place (or have a Norwegian person call on your behalf) and explain that you want to pay for the previous day. Aug 3, 2017 at 10:10

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I have e-mailed [email protected], and I received a reply. I was told that I have done everything right and that I will get all invoices to my own e-mail address or postal address.

Update: Six months later, I did indeed receive a bill by e-mail asking me to pay a few dozen NOKs.

  • I will accept this answer when/if I indeed receive this invoice directly and I know it to be correct.
    – gerrit
    Aug 16, 2017 at 13:54

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