Europcar in Belgium
Whether you are visiting Belgium for business or pleasure, renting a car is a great option to navigate across this small country, known as the political heart of. Why choose just one destination, when you can visit several in the comfort of car or van rental with Europcar? Sharing borders with France, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands, Belgium has several colorful and eclectic cities like Liege
which are well worth a visit.
As the heart of the European Parliament, Brussels
is frequently visited for business trips or tourists from closeby countries discovering the Belgian cultural charms. With more 26 Europcar hire stations in Belgium you can relax, knowing that all your car hire needs will be looked after leaving you to unwind and have a pleasant stay.
Europcar car rental specific offers and benefits in Belgium
Discover Europcar’s international loyalty scheme Privilege Program
, with four tier levels: Privilege Club, Privilege Executive, Privilege Elite and Privilege Elite VIP. When you rent with us, the Privilege loyalty program gives you rewards points. With Privilege you get a free weekend’s car rental, every time you move up a tier level.
You can use Europcar mobile site to make your next car booking, only 5 steps and you're on the road! Explore other Europcar's mobile solutions by downloading the Europcar App
for iPhone, Android and iPad to enjoy the various functionalities: fast booking, locating the closest branch and managing any of your Europcar car reservations.
Driving in Belgium
Like the majority of Europe, in Belgium, cars drive on the right and pass on the left.
You can rent a car in Belgium with a valid non-European driver’s license.
Paid parking zones are regulated by parking meters or automatic machines, with different payment methods. Blue markings are used to indicated paid parking areas.
At the moment, Belgian motorways do not have tolls.
The maximum speed limit for vehicles driving on freeways and four-lane roads is 120 km/h. On roads outside of urban areas, there are maximum speeds of 90 km/h (in the Wallonia and Brussels region), whereas it is 70 km/h in the Flemish region.
In urban areas the speed limit decreases to 50 km/h and for strictly residential areas, it is 20 km/h.