Fleet and parking

​​​​​​​​​​​​​WEX fuel card

The contract to manage the state's fuel credit card has been awarded to ​WEX. Click the links below for more information.

​​​​Each vehicle has a designated WEX fuel card, which is intended for use only with that specific vehicle. If a card is lost or damaged, immediately contact the DAS Fuel Coordinator.

​Refuel at the State Motor Pool facility in Salem whenever possible. When refueling elsewhere, verify the WEX fuel card is accepted before fueling your vehicle. You can visit WEX's fuel acceptance locator site​ or download WEX Connect, their free mobile app.

The WEX fuel card is scanned at the point of sale. Depending on which state fleet owns the vehicle you are driving, you may be prompted to supply the current odometer as well as a PIN. Each state fleet (i.e., DAS, ODOT, OSP) monitors purchases related to their own vehicles. The process to authorize services may differ based on the requirements of the individual fleet. Some of the items checked at the point of sale are: total gallons of fuel purchased, number of times fueled during the past 24 hours, type of fuel purchased, and total cost of the purchase. Miscellaneous purchases other than fuel are also monitored.
​​​The WEX fuel card is accepted at most major fueling stations, including ARCO, Fred Meyer, and Safeway.​​​

Visit WEX's acceptance locator site to find retail fueling stations that accept the WEX fuel card. You can also download the WEX Connect free mobile app.

​Contact the DAS Fuel Coordinator at 503-378-6937 or fleet.fuel@oregon.gov to report a lost, stolen, or damaged WEX fuel card.


​​WEX fuel cards for DAS vehicles will be mailed/shuttled by May 21st. An email will be sent to all drivers of record to inform them that the cards have been mailed.

​WEX fuel cards are active at the time they are mailed to you. Once you receive your WEX fuel card, locate the packet for the associated vehicle, remove and dispose of the Voyager fuel card (you can shred it or cut it up), and place the new WEX fuel card in the vehicle packet.​

​Shred or cut up your Voyager fuel card; do not mail it back to us.​

Every time the WEX fuel card is used it will prompt you to enter a DIN/PIN (driver identification number or personal identification number) and the vehicle odometer. If you are unsure of your DIN/PIN, please contact your office manager or the DAS Fuel Coordinator, Linda Haun, at fleet.fuel@oregon.gov​ or 503-378-6937​.

​The State Motor Pool in Salem currently accepts the WEX fuel card. When fueling at the State Motor Pool, you will be prompted to enter the DIN/PIN and vehicle odometer.​

State Parks and Corrections Facilities equipped with fuel card readers are currently accepting the WEX fuel card. When fueling at one of these locations, you will be prompted to enter the DIN/PIN and vehicle odometer.

​The WEX fuel card is accepted at most major fueling stations, including ARCO, Fred Meyer, and Safeway.

Visit WEX's acceptance locator site​ to find retail fueling stations that accept the WEX fuel card. You can also download the WEX Connect free mobile app.​

WEX has a program referred to as WEXPay. If the fuel station you’re at doesn’t accept the WEX card, the merchant can call the 800# on the back of the card and get a single-use MasterCard account number for payment of the transaction.

Click here​ for more information about WEXPay.

The WEX fuel cards do not get locked out after three incorrect DIN/PIN have been entered. However, your card could get suspended by the WEX Fraud Department if they see any fuelings that look suspect to them. An example might be if they see 10 incorrect DIN/PIN attempts in a row, or if they see that you always fuel in Salem but then a fueling shows up in Florida. If either of these situations should occur, an email alert will be sent to the DAS Fuel Coordinator, Linda Haun, who will then research and confirm the WEX card is with the agency/driver of record and that the fueling was legitimate. The WEX card will then be reactivated in real time.​

Contact the DAS Fuel Coordinator, Linda Haun, at fleet.fuel@oregon.gov​ or 503-378-6937, or the State Motor Pool front desk at 503-378-4377​.

​Contact the DAS Fuel Coordinator, Linda Haun, at fleet.fuel@oregon.gov​ or 503-378-6937, or the State Motor Pool front desk at 503-378-4377​.

Additional resources
​The motor pool fuel island and car wash are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week by using the vehicle's WEX fuel card.

Compressed natural gas fuel sales to the public: hours of operation for fueling passenger cars, trucks, and vans are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed on state holidays). Large vehicles are by appointment only. Please call 503-378-4377.

Alternative fuels

State motor pool fuel island tutorials

Bulk fuel
Much of the state's fleet is now powered by alternative fuels, which are dispensed differently than unleaded gasoline. 
Training is available at the DAS state motor pool fuel station for the following alternative fuels: CNG, E-85, and biodiesel​. Click on the email link below to sign up for individual or group training. 
Richard Maxwell
State Motor Pool
1100 Airport Rd SE
Salem OR 97301-6082
Mobile: 503-580-9006

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Hours of operation
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday     (closed state holidays​)