Fixed penalty notices, automatic traffic control

How will the claim be collected?

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Voluntary collection

1. Invoice


2. Reminder

Amount of the claim +
NOK 512,50

3. Notice of legal enforcement of claim

Amount of the claim +
NOK 1537,50

Legal enforcement

4. Notice of attachment proceedings


5. Attachment proceedings



6. Imprisonment request


If you are caught in an automatic traffic control (speed camera), your vehicle is photographed from the front so that the police can identity the driver and read the car's number plate.

As the person who is registered as the car's owner in the Central Register of Motor Vehicles, the police will send you a letter and request confirmation that you were driving. If you were not the person driving the car, the police will ask you to state the name of the person who was driving. If you are not willing to make a statement, you can be questioned in court. The police will then send a penalty notice (fine) to the person who was driving the car. If the fine is accepted, the case is closed. If it is not accepted, the police send the whole case to court to have it decided there.

Once the police have received confirmation about who is to receive the fine, it is sent to us. It can take time to send the fine to us. Once we receive the claim, we send you an invoice that you can pay or use as the basis for a payment agreement. No charge is added to the first invoice. 

If you wish to apply for cancellation of the debt (a pardon) or appeal against the claim, it is the prosecuting authorities that will consider your application. Enforcement of the claim will not be stopped while the application is being considered unless we are told to do so by the prosecuting authorities.

We can consider applications for the cancellation of reminder charges.

Relevant legal authority

- an accepted penalty notice, cf. the Enforcement of Claims Act Section 4-1 second paragraph letter c

- the Criminal Procedure Act, Section 456 third paragraph

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