Online Traffic E Challan Status : E Parivahan Challan Payment [Pay Fine]

Short Brief : Online Traffic E Challan Status : E Parivahan Challan Payment [Pay Fine], Traffic Rule Violations, Pay Traffic Fine Through e-Challan Online and Check Challan Status at Official Website echallan.parivahan.gov.in.

Online Traffic Challan Status

E-challan- Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution is an initiative of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India.

Have you violated traffic rule?

क्या आपने यातायात नियम का उल्लंघन किया है? जाने-अनजाने में आपने ट्रैफ़िक नियम को तोड़ दिया होगा, जिसके कारण आपको ई-चालान नोटिस मिल गया होगा। आप सड़क के किनारे गलत, खतरनाक पार्किंग के लिए ई-चालान नोटिस प्राप्त कर सकते हैं, तेजी से , लाल बत्ती कूद सकते हैं और इसी तरह।

The e-challan notice is sent to you through SMS on your mobile phone. You may also get the notice in physical format at your registered address. If you delete the SMS by mistake or you do not receive the notice at your registered address, you can still check your challan status online and pay it accordingly.

Pay & Check Status of e-challan online : Overview
Name of Article E Challan Status
Launched by Government of India
Name of Portal E-Challan – Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution
Initiative by An Initiative of MoRTH, Government of India
Official Website https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in
Application Mode Both Offline and Online
Article Under State & Central Govt
Post Category Challan Status/ Pay Fine
Name of Department Department of Traffic

New traffic Rules/ Motor Vehicle Act

Driving offence prior to September 2019, you will receive a notice under the Motor Vehicle (MV) Act, 1988. In such a case, you need to pay penalty for driving offence according to the penalty amount applicable prior to September 2019, as per the MV Act 1988. However, if you get a notice for any offence made on or after September 1, 2019, then you will have to pay penalties as per the MV Act 2019 regulations.

According to the MV Act 2019, the penalties for violating traffic rules have increased. So, substantially paying driving offence penalties will have a huge impact on your monthly budget.

What is e-challan?

e-Challan is a sophisticated software application comprising Android based mobile app and web interface, developed for the purpose of providing an comprehensive solution for Transport Enforcement Officers and Traffic Policemen. This app-cumapplication is integrated with Vahan and Sarathi applications and provides a number of user-friendly features while covering all major functionalities of Traffic Enforcement System.

This is an end to end automated system with digital interface for all the stakeholders in purview of challan eco-system. The application offers customized interfaces for the following stakeholders:

‣ Enforcement officers
‣ Citizens (private or commercial car owners/drivers)
‣ State transport office
‣ Regional transport/Traffic office
‣ NIC admin
‣ Ministry of Road and Transport

Check E-Challan Status

Step to Check Traffic E-Challan Status Online

Step 1: Go to the official website i.e. echallan.parivahan.gov.in.

Step 2: The official webpage will open.

Step 3: to check your E-Challan status look for the option Check Challan Status’ on the right side.

Step 4: Click on the Check Challan Status’.

Step 5: You will be re-directed to a page.

Step 6: Now put the required details and you can check you Challan status from there.

Pay Parivahan E Challan Online

Method 1

Follow these steps to pay your e- challan online
Step 1: Visit the Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution website i.e. http://echallan.parivahan.gov.in. After that, click on ‘Check Challan Status’ tab to proceed further.

Step 2: By entering either the challan number, vehicle number or Driving Licence (DL) number you can check the status of your challan. Enter the details of the option you have selected (as shown below), along with the captcha and then, click on ‘GET DETAILS’.

Step 3: The row(s) for challan status details will reflect below the same screen once you have clicked on the ‘Get Details’ tab after one of the details asked for. The row will remain blank if no challan is found. You can also track the total number of challans filed against you.

Step 4: If you have made any offence, the challans will start reflecting in the challan status row. Here, you can start making the online payments. In such a case, under the ‘Payment option,’ you will have to click on ‘Pay Now’ to proceed further.

Step 5: Select the mode of payment – credit card/debit card or Net-banking. If you have chosen Net-banking, select the bank you want to make payment from. Once you have made the payment towards e-challan, you will receive a ‘Payment Successful’ message along with the transaction ID. Do not forget to make a note of the transaction ID for future reference.

Method 2

Offline Method : Pay Fine Traffic Challan

Go to the nearest police station and make payment through offline mode

Method 3

Pay your e-challan online Through Paytm

Step 1: Download and instal the Paytm app on your smartphone.

Step 2: Register and ensure you complete the Paytm KYC procedure to avail services through the Paytm platform.

Step 3: Once the app is installed, open the app.

Step 4: On the main page, select “More”.

Step 5: On the new page, under “City Services”, select “Challan”.

Step 6: Choose your traffic authority.

Step 7: Enter the e-challan number, vehicle number, registration certificate number, driving licence, etc.

Step 8: Select “Proceed”.

Step 9: Enter the fine amount and proceed with the process of payment (Payment Mode – Credit Card/Debit Card/Paytm Wallet/Net Banking/Paytm UPI).

Method 4

Through official website of traffic police

  • Go to official website of traffic police of your state
  • Go to the services section and select e challan option click on it.
  • A new window will appear. Enter the vehicle number or Challan number
  • Now click on search details
  • Your challan related information will appear
  • Click on pay and make payment through credit debit Card

You can pay your Challan without having to go to the police station in UP at the official website E-Challan i.e traffic.uppolice.gov.in.

Step 1: In order to pay your Challan online all you have to do is to visit the UP traffic police official website: traffic.uppolice.gov.in.

Step 2: When the webpage is open you have to fill the asked details on the page.

Step 3: Once you have entered your details you will be directed to the payment procedure.

Benefits Of E Challan

The benefits of E Challan System launched by the Government of India are as follows:-

  • Minimizing time and efforts of citizen in making payments or follow-up actions which they face after getting challan on Road
  • Minimizing Revenue loss and enhance transparency
  • Providing real time Road Safety implementation report to the Ministry/ State Govts for data driven policy making.
  • Easy and efficient challaning option for Transport Enforcement Officers and Traffic Police officers Completely customizable as per state/ department requirements
  • Central Monitoring of Road Safety Policy implementation.
  • No duplicate or fake challans (Comprehensive monitoring, audit option for each individual challan or concerned official by department remotely)
  • Online payment of challans by citizen “anytime and anywhere”
  • Court disposal will reflect directly to citizen / Department page. It will save lots of efforts and time of citizen and department officials.
  • Any transaction on concerned vehicle/license will get blocked at RTO in case of pending challan
  • Subsequent penalty to accused owner at all the state where challan is implemented. This will stop revenue loss of States.

Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 and the changes introduced in the penalties

You must be aware of the fact that the Traffic regulations in India are levied in agreement with the New Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019. The updated traffic rulebooks are strict so that all of us follow the traffic rules and do not end up paying the amount unnecessarily. The rules come with a sharp rise in prices with imprisonment for violating the traffic rules.

Type of Offence

Amount of Penalty (INR)

General Offence

1st Time: 500, 2nd Time: 1500

Driving without a Valid License

5000

Driving an illegal automobile without License

5000

Over Speeding of vehicles

For LMV: 1000 to 2000

Medium Passenger or Goods Vehicles: 2000 to 4000

For the 2nd time, confiscation of driving license will happen.

Rash Driving of vehicles

1st Time: Police Custody for 6 months to 1 year and /or penalty of 1000 to 5000

 2nd Time: Police Custody till 2 years and /or penalty up to I 10000

Driving under intoxication

1st Time: Police Custody up to 6 months and /or penalty of 10000

 2nd Time: Imprisonment till 2 years and /or penalty of 15000

Driving without Insurance

1st Time: Police Custody up to 3 months and /or penalty of 2000

 2nd Time: Imprisonment till up to 3 months and /or penalty of 4000

Seat Belt Violation

1000

Helmet Wearing Violation

1000

Not giving way to emergency vehicles

Imprisonment for 6 months and /or penalty of 10000

Accident Related Penalties

1st Time: Imprisonment till up to 6 months and /or penalty of 5000

 2nd Time: Imprisonment till up to 1 year and /or penalty of INR 10000

Source : ECONOMICS TIMES, INDIATODAY.

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