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      Goa Traffic Police Challan & Traffic Fines

      Road accidents are a major menace in the state of Goa. As per the data by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), about 349 people lost their lives in over 3400 road accidents in Goa in the year 2019.

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      Goa Traffic Rules

      Goa is the fifth-highest state to report maximum deaths by road accidents in 2019 as stated in the report by NCRB. Going by the claims of traffic police officials in Goa, speeding vehicles are the major reason behind the high number of road accidents in the state. For the unversed, overspeeding is a violation of the traffic rules of the country, including in Goa. Any violation of the traffic rules stated under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 can lead to a penalty or a Goa traffic challan.

      With the rise in the number of road accidents pan-India, including Goa, the central government had revised the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988. The revised Act enforced stricter rules and heftier penalties for the violation of traffic rules. In some cases, the fine amounts were increased by almost 200% of the previous amount. The new guidelines as per the revised Act came into effect from 1st September 2019.

      Goa, however, did not accept the new traffic challan rates as stated in the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 immediately. The state government decided to accept new rates for few offences and slash the challan rates for other offences citing reasons of unfeasibility. As a result, the Goa traffic challan rates are different from the rest of the country.

      The new traffic challan rates in Goa were supposed to be implemented starting January 2020. But the implementation of the new challan rates was further delayed in Goa first due to the poor road conditions and later due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new Goa traffic challan rates were finally brought into effect from 1st May 2021.

      Before knowing about the traffic challan rates in Goa, take a look at various documents that every car driver must carry as per the Goa traffic rules.

      Documents Required to Avoid a Goa Traffic Challan

      According to the Goa traffic rules, every car driver in Goa must carry the following documents while using a four-wheeler:

      • A valid car insurance policy
      • Driving license of the person driving the vehicle
      • Registration certificate (RC) of the car
      • PUC or Pollution Under Control certificate

      In case a car driver is unable to present the above-mentioned documents to the traffic police when asked, he/she will violate the Goa traffic rules and attract a challan.

      Traffic Fines in Goa

      Take a look at the Goa traffic challan rates in the table below for the violation of different Goa traffic rules:

      Traffic Rule Violation

      Goa Traffic Challan Rates
      (As Updated on 1st May 2021 )

      Not wearing seatbelts while driving

      Rs 1000

      Driving a car without a valid licence

      Rs 1500


      Rs 1500 (For first offence)

      Impounding of driver’s license (For repeated offence)

      Driving an uninsured car

      Rs 2000 (For first offence)

      Rs 4000 (For repeated offence)

      Driving an unregistered car

      Rs 3000 (For first offence)

      Rs 6000 (For repeated offence)

      Drunk driving

      Rs 10,000 and/or 6 months jail imprisonment (For first offence)

      Rs 15,000 and/or 2 years jail imprisonment (For second offence)

      Using a mobile phone while driving

      Rs 3000 (For first offence)

      Rs 10,000 (For repeated offence)

      Driving a car despite the disqualification of driving license

      Rs 10,000

      Blocking the passage of emergency vehicles

      Rs 10,000

      Using horn in non-honking areas

      Rs 1000 (For first offence)

      Rs 2000 (For repeated offence)

      Violating traffic rules

      Rs 5000

      Driving dangerously or recklessly

      Rs 3000 (For first offence)

      Rs 10,000 (For repeated offence)

      Disobeying traffic police officials

      Rs 2000


      Rs 5000 (For first offence)

      Rs 10,000 (For repeated offence)

      Using a car despite the suspension of registration certificate

      Rs 3000 (For first offence)

      Rs 6000 (For repeated offence)

      Driving a car that violates safety and pollution standards

      Rs 10,000

      Using the car in unauthorized areas or for unauthorized purposes

      Rs 10,000

      Driving  a car despite mental illness

      Rs 1000 (For first offence)

      Rs 2000 (For repeated offence)

      Using a car without a valid fitness certificate

      Rs 3000 (For first offence)

      Rs 6000 (For repeated offence)

      Allowing juveniles to drive the car

      Rs 25,000 with 3 years jail imprisonment, cancellation of car registration for 1 year and minor won’t be eligible for a license until 25 years of age

      In case a traffic challan has been issued by the traffic police after stopping the vehicle, the car owner can pay the fine amount on the spot. But in case an e-challan has been issued, the car owner can pay the Goa traffic challan amount online.

      How to Pay Goa Traffic Challan Online?

      A car owner in Goa can pay the e-challan online by following the steps given below:

      • Visit the official website of e-Gov services, Goa
      • Select the ‘e-challan payment gateway’
      • Enter the requested details, such as the type of violation, car number or challan number
      • Provide the driver details once the challan amount is visible
      • Fill in the contact details
      • Choose the online payment mode and make the payment
      • A payment confirmation will be sent if the challan has been successfully paid.

      Make sure to pay the e-challan within 60 days of receiving the notice.

      Traffic Rules That Every Car Owner in Goa Should Follow

      Here are some of the most common Goa traffic rules that every car driver must follow while using his/her four wheeler in Goa:

      • Always remember to wear a seatbelt when travelling in a car as it will prevent the car occupants from getting heavily injured during an accident.
      • Always carry all the necessary car documents either in hard copy or soft copy while using the vehicle. These are the first things a traffic police officer will ask for when he signals to stop the car.
      • Do not drive a four wheeler in a drunken condition as it is not only dangerous for the occupants of the car but also for other people.
      • Always adhere to the speed limit prescribed for a road to avoid earning a challan.
      • Never use a mobile phone while driving a car as it could lead to major accidents.

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