Responsible Travelling in Iceland

Ring Road Nr. 1 around Iceland is 1,332 km (827 mi). The general speed limit is 50 km/h in urban areas, 80 km/h on gravel roads in rural areas, and 90 km/h on asphalt, rural roads. For more information, please refer to our page about driving in Iceland.

All mountain roads and roads in the interior of Iceland have a loose gravel surface. The surface on the gravel roads is especially loose along the sides of the roads, so one should drive carefully. The mountain roads are quite narrow and are not made for speeding. The same goes for some bridges that only allow one car to pass at a time. Be sure to visit Safetravel.is if you have any plans to travel on mountain roads.

For current information on road conditions, call +354 522-1000, lines open daily from 8:00–16:00. Visit Road.is for more information

For information on camper lavatory disposal, please refer to this brochure from the Environment Agency of Iceland.