Submit the Notification of Sale
If you are going to sell or buy a vehicle, you have to submit a Notification of Sale, so that the vehicle can be registered to its new owner.
It is quick and easy to submit the Notification of Sale online. Both the buyer and the seller can submit the Notification of Sale to the NPRA. We recommend that you do this together.
Before you submit the Notification of Sale
Remember that before you log in, you will need the name, Norwegian National ID number/D number and mobile phone number of the buyer (and co-owner if applicable). If you are selling the vehicle to a company, you will need its organisation number.
We recommend that you and the buyer sign a purchase agreement purchase agreement (Norwegian Consumer Council, Norwegian only). If you have personalised number plates, you must remember to remove the link to your personalised number plates before selling your vehicle.Before you start filling in the Notification of Sale, please check more of our tips for buying and selling cars.
How to do it
- Start by checking each other's proof of identity.
- Log in to your page and send the Notification of Sale to the buyer.
- The buyer receives an SMS and confirms the Notification of Sales online.
- When the buyer has confirmed it, you will receive an SMS saying that the change of ownership has been completed and that the Notification of Sale has been registered in our systems.
- Before you hand over the vehicle you must remember to remove the AutoPASS tag. Your insurance will be cancelled automatically from the day before the date of effect. The date of effect is the day when the Notification of Sale is confirmed by all parties (buyer and any co-owners). You are responsible for seeing to it that the vehicle is insured up to and including the day before the date of effect.
If you co-own the vehicle with another person, your co-owner also needs to confirm the Notification of Sale.
If the buyer and co-owner (if applicable) do not confirm the Notification of Sale, you will still be responsible for the vehicle.
Vehicle Registration Certificate (VRC)
You do not have to submit Part 2 of the VRC when you submit the Notification of Sale online. Part 1 must accompany the vehicle, whereas you keep Part 2 and destroy it when the change of ownership has been completed. If you have lost the VRC, you do not need to report it as lost when you submit the Notification of Sale online.
The new owner will receive a new VRC by post.
Registration transfer fee
It is the buyer who is responsible for paying the registration transfer fee.