The Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard® gives you direct access to the services of all mobility solutions spread throughout Belgium. It is a smart mobility solution for managing your business travels without constraints, giving you time to concentrate on the essential!
Public transport, taxis, car parks, bicycle hire or carwashes: all expenses linked to your business travels can be paid for using your personal Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard® and are invoiced to your company at the end of the month.
No need to worry about lost parking tickets anymore, no more need for employees to pay up front for their train tickets… There is a wealth of benefits! What’s more, your company recovers VAT on a maximum amount of expenses. Discover how the Europcar Mobility offer works in detail.
Combine the Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard® card with the Europcar Refill card to cover all your business travel expenses.
A network of partners throughout Belgium
With the Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard® card, you can access services from all mobility actors and a constantly growing network of partners throughout Belgium.
Public transport in all simplicity
Take the train, tram, bus or underground, anywhere in Belgium!
- De Lijn
These expenses are fully tax deductible and you recover VAT as well.
TRAMS - TRAINS: All trams (STIB-MIVB) and trains (SNCB-NMBS) are also available to you and you can pay your tickets with your Europcar Mobility Pass Mastercard®. More info on our Europcar Mobility app or on www.stib-mivb.be and www.belgianrail.be
Rediscover soft mobility…
Climb on a bicycle for your travels.
- LiBia Vélo
Take care of your company car in the Fleetwash carwash network.
Simplify your mobility!
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).