The City Car Zone

We operate in the area within Ring 3 and a bit more. We call this area the City Car Zone, and it's within this zone you can start and end your trip when driving a City Car.

Outside the main zone we also have some smaller zones which we call satellites. They are set up to cover smaller areas outside the main zone where you can also start and end your trip. For example, if you go to Fornebu you can leave the car there. We also have a Hotspot at Fornebu where you find reserved parking for City Cars.

bybil sonen

When you are within the main zone or one of the satellites you can end your trip on all public parking spaces with no time limit and at one of our Hotspots.

You can find all our Hotspots in the app which can be downloaded at App Store or Google Play.

We have one satellite zone next to IKEA Furuset, but this is not an official parking which means you can't leave the car there after IKEA has closed. You can park here and end your trip, but you are responsible to take the car back if it's still there after you are done shopping. Pause your trip if you want to make sure your car is still there when you come back.

You are free to drive outside the City Car Zone for as long as you want, but you are not able to end your trip outside the zone. If you want to park the car outside the zone you can only pause your trip and you must pay for the car. It is the same price as when you are driving. The speaker inside the city car will let you know whether you're inside or outside the zone.

We always listen to our customers and we always strive to be better. If you have any comments, tips or ideas for how we can improve our services please contact us by phone, e-mail or Facebook. 

Our goal is to make transportation easy and practical for all our users. That's why we will continuously adapt the zone, so it fits your needs as a City Car user.

Have a nice drive!


Within the City Car Zone you can park for free on all official parking spaces without time limit. You can also park where it says "Beboerparkering". 

Bybil-sonen i Oslo

In cooperation with