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$300 gift card when salary packaging your new vehicle with Allwest Fleet.

Allwest Fleet is a Western Australian owned company based in Perth. Our goal is to provide a complete service helping you to find and choose the car that fits your lifestyle and budget, negotiating the best price for your vehicle, and consolidating all this together in a package that gets you in the car sooner!

As an SSTUWA member, you'll receive a $300 gift card by purchasing your new vehicle directly through Allwest Fleet and setting up your salary packaging with us.* Please quote AWF17 during initial discussion.

To receive free initial advice simply introduce yourself as an SSTUWA member. We would be happy to provide assistance with your questions about Vehicle Salary Packaging and Novated Leasing.

Frequently asked questions

These are some of the most commonly asked questions about vehicle salary packaging. (The answers are of a general nature and should not be considered as advice. Please discuss your questions with one of the Allwest Fleet team members.)

What is Salary Packaging?

Vehicle Salary Packaging is an arrangement were your employer enables you to include the purchasing cost (via a novated lease) and running costs (fuel, maintenance, insurance, registration, etc.) associated with owning a motor vehicle within your salary package.

Why should I Salary Package?

By salary packaging you could reduce the net cost of owning and running a vehicle by utilising pre-tax dollars, taking advantage of the potential tax savings.

Who can Salary Package?

Generally most government departments now have salary packaging available to their employees. Large private companies may also offer salary packaging. To find out if your employer offers salary packaging, talk to one of the Allwest Fleet team members.

What type of vehicle can I buy?

The vehicle must be a "car" as defined by the ATO:

  • Motor cars, station wagons, panel vans and utilities - including four wheel drives (excluding panel vans and utilities designed to carry a load of one tonne or more).
  • All other goods carrying vehicles with a designed carrying capacity of less than one tonne.
  • All other passenger carrying vehicles with a designed carrying capacity of fewer than nine occupants (no bikes, boats or buses).

How many kilometers do I need to travel each year?

With the change in legislation, there is no minimum kilometre requirement.

Does the vehicle need to be brand new?

No, new or used up to four years old (vehicle can be no older than eight years of age at the end of the lease). Some conditions may apply.

Can I salary package my current car?

Yes, depending on its age and condition. If the vehicle is under finance we will need to review your current arrangements.

How long is the contract?

The term of the contract is up to you; standard terms come in 2, 3, 4 or 5 years.

Can I pay the car off early?

Yes, it is just a matter of paying out the residual value (balloon amount) plus outstanding remaining lease payments.

What happens at the end of the term?

At the end of the lease term you will be required to make a residual payment to complete the lease. You have three options:

1. Trade in the vehicle and upgrade to another vehicle.
2. Retain your current vehicle by refinancing and continuing with the benefits of salary packaging.
3. Pay out the residual and keep the vehicle.

Do I find the car?

Through our network of suppliers we can assist you to source the vehicle at a discounted price.

How do I set it up with my employer?

We prepare all the paperwork for your employer and the salary packaging administration company before you take delivery of your car.

What happens if I change employers?

If your new employer offers salary packaging, in most cases we can transfer your current arrangements to the new employer.


info@allwestfleet.com.au
www.allwestfleet.com.au

(08) 6465 5411

*Terms, conditions and restrictions may apply. Contact Allwest Fleet for full details and mention you're an SSTUWA member upon initial consultation.