Queensland Government diesel vehicles are not subject to a government biofuel requirement.
Under national fuel standards, B5 (a biofuel blend containing up to 5% biodiesel) is considered compatible with all diesel engines and can be sold unlabelled in Australia.
Only a limited number of QFleet vehicles can be refuelled with B10 (a biofuel blend containing 10% biodiesel). This fuel is not yet widely available, not compatible with all diesel engines and must be labelled at the bowser.
AdBlue (diesel exhaust fluid)
AdBlue—also known as diesel exhaust fluid—is not a fuel. It is an additive stored in a separate tank to your vehicle's diesel tank. It is sprayed into the exhaust stream when the engine is running.
A warning light will appear on the dashboard if AdBlue is running low. Do not add AdBlue to the diesel fuel tank. Add it to the separate AdBlue tank. If you are still unsure, check the vehicle manufacturer’s manual or contact QFleet or your fleet manager.
EVs require charging by plugging the vehicle into a charge point, preferably whenever they are parked to assist the vehicle remaining charged.
To understand the charging process specific to each vehicle model, refer to manufacturer’s manual or agency’s pre-start checklist that provides a step-by-step procedure for the vehicle.
SSO is an authentication process that allows you to access multiple services and applications with one username and password.
Most Queensland Government agencies use SSO. If your agency doesn't use SSO, contact your agency IT service desk and let them know you would like to use it.
Most government-owned corporates, non-government organisations, and statutory authorities do not currently use SSO. If your organisation doesn't use SSO, contact your IT service desk and let them know you would like to use it.