The analyses in this report are based on data from the National Travel surveys in Norway from 1992 and 2001. Accompany trips comprise three categories; bringing children to kindergarten and school, bringing children to leisure activities, and bringing children and other persons to various activities. During the 90s this kind of trips have increased from 0,25 tips per person per day to 0,41. The length has increased from 8,6 km to 9,3 km per trip. The level of car use is high. Approximately 80 per cent use the car as driver or passenger. Women have more accompany trips than men. Most trips are carried out in families with children under seven years, 0,88 trips per day per person.