Nissan to fit contactless payment tags into all cars sold in Brazil

Nissan to fit contactless payment tags into all cars sold in Brazil

Nissan is to equip all new and used cars in Brazil with contactless payment stickers, enabling drivers to pay for tolls, fuel, car parking and drive-thru meals from behind the steering wheel.

The Sem Para Rfid tags, provided by US outfit Fleetcor, will be factory-installed into all new Nissan vehicles manufactured in Brazil as well as used vehicles available at dealerships.

Nissan vehicles equipped with the tags will become available to consumers beginning in late 2019.

Customers who chose to activate the feature will be provided access to contactless payments capabilities at all of the company’s network of merchants across Brazil, including all toll booths across the country, more than 1,300 parking lots, and 650 gas stations, and at 300 McDonald's drive-thrus.

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