Applying for a certificate of no private use of a car

If you drive a company car for private use, you have to pay for this via an additional figure that your employer adds on to your salary. If you drive less than 500 kilometres for private use in a year, your employer does not have to add on a figure to your salary. You must be able to prove that you do not use the car for private purposes. For this purpose, you can complete the ‘Certificate of no private use of a car’ available from the Tax and Customs Administration.

Last updated on 14 May 2021

Proof of no private use of a car

To prove that you drive less than 500 kilometres a year for private purposes, you need the ‘Certificate of no private use of a car’, which you can only obtain by producing convincing evidence.

Certificate of no private use of a car

The Certificate of no private use of car (in Dutch) can be obtained online via the Tax and Customs Administration website. You will need your DigiD to do this.

Laws and regulations (in Dutch)

Payroll Tax Act 1964, Article 13bis

Implementing Regulation on Payroll Tax 2011, Article 3.13

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