With this handy card you can use a charging network spread all over Europe, temporarily at only 1 euro per month (not including charging). This way you can charge with your electric or hybrid car at points in Belgium and beyond! If you already have fuel cards at MAES, just contact us via contact or email and let us know how many Hybrid Cards you need.
Applying for a fuel card in a few clicks
- Click on request fuel card and fill out the form.
- Within 15 minutes, you will receive a confirmation email at your email address. Not received? Check your SPAM folder or email us at [email protected]
- After confirming your email, our colleagues will process your request.
- Your fuel card will be sent within 7 business days. If additional information is required, we will contact you via email.
Different brands, one fuel card.
MAES Want’s to be your central hub for all your inquiries about electric charging. Not only is there a big difference between the types of cars, but also in the ways you can recharge. There is a big difference in price, charging speed and availability.
At MAES we try to give you a clear and honest overview of the advantages and disadvantages of electric charging.
All useful information about electric charging with MAES can be found here.
The power required to charge an electric car depends on the capacity of the battery and the charging speed of the charging point. In general, the larger the capacity of the battery and the faster the charging speed, the higher the power required. An average electric car has a battery capacity of about 60 kWh and can be charged from 0 to 100% in about 8 hours with a charging speed of 7.4 kW. For faster charging speeds, for example at a fast charging station, higher power is required.
Yes, most electric cars can be charged at home using a charging station or a regular socket.
Yes, it is safe to charge an electric car. Electric cars are designed to be safe while charging, and most charging stations have protection mechanisms to prevent overload and short circuits.
This depends on the price of the electricity and the capacity of the charging point. In general, charging an electric car is cheaper than refueling with petrol or diesel.
At the moment it is not possible to charge an electric vehicle while driving, as wireless charging technology is still under development.
This depends on the charging infrastructure and the payment method that has been set up. For example, you can pay with a charge card (such as the handy MAES Hybrid card), via an app or via a credit card.
You can charge your electric car at public charging points, at fast charging stations, at home or at work.
The range of an electric car depends on the capacity of the battery and the consumption of the car. On average, electric cars have a range of 200 to 300 kilometers.
This depends on the price of the electricity and the capacity of the charging point.
This depends on the power of the charging point and the capacity of the car’s battery. Fast charging stations can usually fully charge an electric car in 30 to 45 minutes, while normal charging points need several hours.
AC charging uses alternating current to charge the batteries of an electric car, while DC charging uses direct current. DC charging is generally faster than AC charging.
There are different types of charging cables, including Type 1 and Type 2 cables, which allow AC charging, and CCS and CHAdeMO cables, which allow DC charging.
There are different types of charging points, including charging stations, fast charging stations, wall boxes and sockets.
Yes, you can charge your electric vehicle via a regular socket, but charging will be slower than with a special charging station.
You can charge your electric vehicle via a charging station or via a socket at home. The type of charger you need depends on the model of your car and its power needs.