New Nissan vehicles manufactured in Brazil will be equipped for cardless payments for tolls, parking, and fuel.
 - Photo courtesy of FleetCor.

New Nissan vehicles manufactured in Brazil will be equipped for cardless payments for tolls, parking, and fuel.

Photo courtesy of FleetCor.

FleetCor Technologies company Sem Parar has partnered with Nissan in Brazil to allow contactless payments in its vehicles, FleetCor has announced.

Nissan's new vehicles will be outfitted with Sem Parar Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags that will allow drivers to pay for tolls without swiping a card and will expand Sem Parar's customer base in the region, according to a release.

"We are honored to be selected as a partner to Nissan for this innovative agreement that will bring more convenience to thousands of drivers across Brazil," said Armando Netto, FleetCor's Brazil president. "This partnership signals a leap in payments innovation for consumers and we look forward to bringing the benefits of Sem Parar to Nissan customers."

Under the agreement, Sem Parar payment stickers will be added to all Nissan vehicles manufactured in Brazil at the factory. Nissan builts about 50,000 vehicles per year in the country, and plans to increase production by up to 100,000 per year by 2022. Sem Parar already counts several million stickers in the market.

Customers who use the stickers will be able to pay for tolls, parking, and fuel across the country at more than 1,300 lots, 300 drive-thrus, and 650 fuel stations.

Sem Parar has been aggressively expanding RFID technology in Brazil with recent agreements with McDonald's, toll agencies, and parking provider Estapar.

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