You may get compensation for travels with taxi or additional expenses related to the use of a car (for example, car ferry, parking, tolls or winter tires) if you have documentation that this is necessary and provide receipts along with your application.
Your medical practitioner must confirm that you need to use a private car or taxi for health reasons. If there are traffic-related reasons for why you need to use a private car or taxi as part of your journey, the patient travel office must confirm this.
If you are unable to document that a private car is necessary, you will generally be compensated at a standard rate per kilometer.
You will also be compensated a standard rate per kilometer if you have travelled by car ferry for parts of your journey. However, if you do not take your car on the ferry, you will be compensated for a passenger ticket instead of the standard rate per kilometer for the distance travelled by ferry. A receipt for the ticket must be provided with the application.