CO2 emissions used to calculate the one-off registration tax

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The CO2 tax is an environmental tax. The Norwegian Tax Administration generally uses the vehicle's CO2 emissions when calculating the one-off registration tax.

When approving used imported vehicles, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration will register both cylinder volume and CO2 emissions if the information is available. If the Norwegian Public Roads Administration has registered CO2 emissions, this figure must be used when calculating the taxes.

When calculating the one-off registration tax for cars, the cylinder volume should be used if no CO2 emissions are registered in the motor vehicle register.

When calculating the one-off registration tax for motorcycles:

Motorcycles with registered emissions data must be calculated on the basis of CO2 emissions and cylinder volume.

Motorcycles without registered emissions data must be calculated on the basis of engine power, cylinder volume and item tax.

This two-part taxation system applies to motorcycles registered after July 1, 2017. Taxation will relate to the data recorded in the motor vehicle register in the calculation of the tax.

Motorcycles with registered CO2 emissions up to and including 75 g / km shall not pay CO2. For emissions ranging from 76 g / km to 140 g / km the rate is 630 kroner. For CO2 emissions from 141 g / km the rate is 800 kroner.

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