Car, train, bus, tram, underground, taxi or even bicycle: at any moment, choose the means of transport best suited to your needs and enjoy greater freedom!

Are you fed up of wasting time in traffic jams? Are you willing to take the train, bus or underground, but having to buy a ticket, keep the receipt and submit a bill of costs curbs your enthusiasm and makes you lose more time?

With Europcar Mobility, your business travels no longer lead to a headache! You pay for your travels using 2 personalised cards: Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard®, which gives you access to a maximum amount of travel options, and Europcar Refill, which allows you to fill up the tank or recharge your vehicle anywhere in Belgium.

All your travel expenses are automatically accounted and invoiced at the end of the month to your company, without any intervention on your behalf.

Do you want to find out more? Discover how Europcar Mobility works in detail.

How can you take advantage of Europcar Mobility?

Talk to your employer about Europcar Mobility!

Discover the other advantages of Europcar Mobility for your company.

Discover the other advantages of Europcar Mobility for your company

  • Spend less time on transport: choose the best suited means of transport at any time with our app and pay with your Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard®.
  • You no longer need to collect tickets or receipts: everything is automatically accounted for on an itemised invoice, sent directly to your employer.
  • You do not need to pay anything or submit a bill of expenses to your company.
  • You can also pay for your fuel expenses or electrical vehicle charge with the Europcar Refill card, anywhere in Belgium.


MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. The Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard® is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Ltd (“WDCS”) pursuant to licence by MasterCard International Inc. WDCS is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority to conduct electronic money service activities under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (Ref: 900051).