Department of Finance

State Fleet

State Fleet facilitates the purchase, servicing and disposal of vehicles for the Western Australian Government.

It finances government vehicles on behalf of agencies, then leases these vehicles back to agencies for a monthly fee. Once at the agency, cars are serviced by contracted fleet management companies. At the end of their lease, cars are disposed of through contracted auction houses.

State Fleet is committed to maintaining a fleet that has the highest standards of vehicle safety and a minimal impact on the environment.

New Agency Fleet Coordinator Induction Checklist

This checklist highlights items for consideration for the induction of new Fleet Coordinators or staff in similar roles within an agency.

PDF (opens in new window) New Coordinator Induction Checklist.


State Fleet develops, maintains and manages Common Use Arrangements (CUAs) for use by agencies. The two fleet CUAs and their resources are available on the ContractsWA website and are listed below:

Approved CUA users can log in to the eDA using the below links to access information about the vehicles on contract. If you don't yet have access you can also register using the below links.

PDF Approved CUA Users List


State Fleet provides funding through leases to agencies who wish to acquire vehicles using CUAPLC00617. For more information, the lease agreement can be found below:

PDF State Fleet General Agreement

Agencies wishing to change the lease terms during the life of the vehicle can view the potential impact to the lease by using the Lease Restructure Calculator.

external website  Lease Restructure Calculator


State Fleet Policy

PDF WA Government Fleet Policy and Guidelines (Revised September 2017)

PDF State Fleet General Agreement

PDF State Fleet GVS and SOVS Contribution Rates

Copies of Salaries and Allowances Tribunal (SAT) determinations relating to motor vehicle allowances, can be found on the website


For more information contact State Fleet by email: or by phone on 6551 1449.


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