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Norway - Driving and Public TransportationPage: 1/2
Driving is on the right hand side of the road in Norway. Outside the city centres, traffic is often very light. Major and secondary roads are generally of a high standard, but some smaller rural roads may not be well-maintained, and can be dangerous in icy conditions. The road system is linked by many car ferries across the fjords. Tolls are payable on some roads.
Domestic air travel is used a lot in Norway, due to the vast distances between cities and the icy conditions for much of the year. There are three main domestic airlines: SAS, Braathens and WiderÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¸e Norsk Air, which serve around 50 airports throughout the country. Many discounted fares are available.
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