Buy an electric bike in Belgium with cashback

Buy an electric bike in Belgium with cashback Many Belgium provinces have subsidised buying an electric bike for personal or work use. Some employers also give you a small kickback per driven kilometer. In this small blog I've made a list of all the tax and purchase benefits for buying an electric bike in Belgium.

Many Belgium provinces have subsidised buying an electric bike for personal or work use. Some employers also give you a small kickback per driven kilometer. In this small blog I’ve made a list of all the tax and purchase benefits for buying an electric bike in Belgium.

Most employers give you an allowance of €0,24 per kilometer you ride for your work. This is regulated on a national level but not all companies provide this.

If you are buying an electric bike as a company you get a tax reduction up to €410 per fiscal year.

Some provincials have different rules, check the local government website’s for benefits that are active in your region.

Wallon Brabant: Refund of 20% of the acquisition price (max. 200€).

Amay: Up to 100€ depending on income.

Antoing: Up to €400.

Berchem-Sainte-Agathe: €50 for a regular bike, €100 for an electric scooter, €200 for a cargo bike and €200 for an electric bike.

Braine-l’Alleud: 10% of the total amount limited to €100 per purchase.

Prime Bruxell’Air: Single bike grant: €505, double bike grant: €1010, if you cancel your car registration and hop on an electric vehicle.

Burdinne: Not sure, my French really sucks.

Court-Saint-Etienne: €200 for electric bikes, €100 for electric scooters, €100 for Onewheel XR (yes, you read that right), €200 for folding bikes and €400 for cargo bikes used for work.

Deinze: Electric bikes and scooters are subsidised if you hand in your licence plate, electric bike €250, cargo bike €400, electric scooter €400.

Fernelmont: A stunning €125 per bike.

Genappe: Worst government website I’ve ever seen.

Gent: €500 per family and €4.500 per company.

Huy: A maximum of €250.

Incourt: Once again, my French sucks.

Jette: A maximum of €150.

Jurbise: No current subsidises.

Kortrijk: €400 for an electric bike.

La Hulpe: €200 for an electric bike.

Mons: €100 for an electric scooter and Onewheel, €200 for an electric bike and €400 for cargo bikes.

Mont-St-Guibert: €200 for an electric bike.

Perwez: €100.

Uccle: €250 for electric bikes.

Villers-la-Ville: €100 per household per year.

Wanze: A stunning €2,200 can be deducted, time to move here!

Waremme: No information.

Wasseiges: €500 for an electric vehicle.

Woluwe-Saint-Pierre: A free bike training?

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