- The updated Motor Fleet Management Manual is effective Feb. 1, 2024. Each employee who drives a state vehicle, regardless of their position and whether the vehicle is owned by Motor Fleet or the agency itself, must familiarize themselves with the laws, regulations and policies for using state-owned vehicles.
- The MFM garage is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment only. Car wash and vacuum arrangements can be made when you schedule your appointment.
- Due to construction, the main lot gates are open workdays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fuel island will only be available during working hours. Parking is limited. Vehicles left at our garage for service must be picked up as soon as the work is completed.
- See the Commuting page for latest rates.
- MFM will hold quarterly Agency Fleet Coordinator trainings, please register to attend below. These trainings are invaluable for coordinators to ensure they are up to date with best practices. Each agency should have at least one participant for the trainings.
Fleet Acquisition & Assignment
The Fleet Acquisition & Assignment section purchases new passenger vehicles for agency use. For North Carolina agencies, this section handles requests for new vehicles, changes in vehicle assignments, WEX Fuel Cards, DMV Title Office services and more.
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Fleet Service & Repair
For vehicles in the mountains, Piedmont, or on the coast, the Fleet Service section assists drivers with maintenance, repairs, inspections, recalls and accidents.
The Compliance section conducts assessments of agency compliance performance to ensure adherence to statutory laws, rules and regulations governing state-owned passenger vehicles, pickup trucks, and vans. These assessments are performed to identify and/or mitigate any compliance gaps and are accomplished through conducting various types of agency compliance reviews.
DOA is doing its part to lower state greenhouse gas emissions and support Executive Orders 80, 246 and 271 along with 2021 energy legislation.
Motor Fleet Management is prioritizing the order of zero emissions vehicles (ZEVs) and hybrid vehicles where feasible.
Learn more about electric vehicles and how the state motor fleet is going green.