All your questions
You can drive our campervans with a regular drivers license.
You have to be minimum 18 years old, and have a regular driver’s license.
We have some campervans with automatic transmission in Oslo. Please check the avaiability in the booking prosess here https://www.cabincampers.no/reservations/
YES, from Oslo and Bodø! Our VW Crafters have 3 seats in the front and we have a few campervans where we can turn off the airbag on the passenger side. Turning off the airbag is recommended when traveling with children with a height of less than 140 cm. Please check the avaiability in the booking prosess here https://www.cabincampers.no/reservations/
Only if you rent two campervans. Our campervans have 3 seats in the front, and therefore there is only allowed for max three persons per campervan.
Yes! We only ask that you clean the van, and also vacuum any hair from the dog before your drop-off. A vacuum machine can be found at most gas stations.
Yes, all campervans are fully insured. There is a 10.000 NOK (can be reduced to 2000 NOK in the check out) self-risk, but insurance is included in the daily price. 24/7 road side assistance is also included free of charge. Please drive carefully and safely!
Cancellations until 15 days before you pick-up will be refunded 100%. Change your date for free 7 days before (limited to availability).
The minimum rental period is 2 days during the winter season and 3 days during summer season.
If you book through our website booking/payment system you will be can use any debet/credit card. If you book by sending us and email, we will send you a link to our payment provider. All payments must be made in advance of the pick-up date – we do not accept payments at pick-up.
Either you can use the search/booking form here on our website to see if a camper is available on your preferred dates, or you can send us an email at email@example.com to ask about you preferred dates.
You can basically park your campervan wherever you want and stay for the night or several nights. In Norway, the freedom to roam act regulates where you can go and where you can camp – and the basic, but quite unique principle is that “Everyone in Norway enjoys the right of access to, and passage through, uncultivated land in the countryside”. However make sure not to park too close (at least 50meters) to a private building/cabin/house ). Also make sure you are not blocking any roads.
If your campervan breaks down please call +47 21 49 24 00 for 24/7 roadside assistance. The roadside assistance is free of charge and included in all bookings. Please also contact us during our opening hours to let us know whats happening
Yes! Of course, if your campervan breaks down due to technical issues that are not caused by irresponsible use or accidents caused by you, you will be reimbursed for every rental day that you are not able to use it. Please check our Terms and conditions for more information.
For minor issues we will of course consider refunds on a case-by-case basis.
Our VW Crafter campervans runs on Diesel – so it is absolutely necessary that you refill with the correct fuel (Diesel)!
You can drive approximately 600-900 km on a full tank depending on your driving and general conditions.
No – our campervans do not have toilets or showers. Toilets are available at all gas stations, and most cafe’s and stores all around the country. A portable shower can be rented as an add-on, or you can use showers at official campsites. Also we have an latrine (emergency toilet) that you can add-on to your booking.
Yes! While driving you can charge through the driving-area USB, and when parked you can charge through the living-area USB and/or socket. It is possible to charge any electronic device – but please be aware that battery capacity is somewhat limited so planning is essential.
Yes. An official drivers license from your country is required when driving around Norway. We will also make a copy of your drivers license upon pick-up or request a copy (picture is fine) before arrival.
There is a 20 liter water-tank in the campervan (beneath the sink). The water tank can easily be refilled at any gas station (they have water hoses and the water is drinkable, generally all water in Norway tastes great). Please be aware that there is no gray-water tank, so all water from the sink runs straight through to the outside, this is no problem but you should probably avoid doing your dishes in a public place.
All campervans come with a gas tank which we refill regularly/when empty. Should you however run out of gas you can refill it at any gas station, and we will reimburse you.
Ferries and toll roads are not included in the price, and are charged after the trip is ended.
Please have a look at our Terms and Conditions page here.
The Crafter campervan have 2WD, and that usually not a problem at all. Even in the winter timer.
The Transporter has 4WD.
You’ll get a full tank when you pick up the campervan, and we want it full on the return.
From the city center you can take the subway to Ensjø, and walk 7 minutes to Ensjøveien 3. You will see our banners 🙂
From the airport you can take the airport express bus number FB5 to the stop Gladengveien, and walk from there.
At all our locations you can park you own car. At the airport location there is a parking fee, in Oslo centre there is free parking when you are renting a campervan.
We don’t have a shower and toilet in our campervans. But we do offer a camper shower and “emergency toilet” as an add on. You will see it in the bookings process.
You can see prices and book directly from https://www.cabincampers.no/reservations/