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How to Check E-challan Status Online?

In India, many road accidents are caused due to rash driving or violation of traffic rules. To ensure the smooth functioning of the traffic system in the country, the traffic regulatory department has introduced an e-challan. Read the article to find out how to check traffic e-challan status online and the payment process.
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What is an E-challan?

As the name suggests, an e-challan is an electrically generated document issued to the rider for violating traffic rules and regulations. The system generates a real-time entry in the server for the traffic rules violators. Earlier, this service was done manually by the traffic police using a swiping machine that generates Read more a printed challan on the spot.

The objective of this service is to improvise the whole process by making it cashless. Read moreDrunk driving, violating traffic rules, and over-speeding are some of the major offence's for which e-challan is issued. Moreover, as a bike rider, you might get penalised for not carrying all the mandatory documents like valid RC, DL, PUCC, and a Two-wheeler Insurance Policy.

In many cities, the Motor Vehicle Department of India has enabled the MTP CCTV challan system. The CCTV cameras installed on the highways continuously record footage of the traffic. The traffic police department catches the one who is violating any traffic rules from the footage and registers their name as a defaulter. Their name, contact details, address and make & model of the vehicle are obtained from the RTO. At last, an SMS is sent to those violators regarding the offence committed along with the penalty fee.

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How does this E-challan work?

As mentioned above, the objective of introducing this system is to make the entire penalising traffic violation process Read more seamless. The e-challan is generated by the traffic department through the following steps:

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The CCTV cameras deployed on the roads capture footage of traffic violations like jumping the red light, not wearing a helmet, or over-speeding.
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The Traffic Enforcement Officer is informed for the same.
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Once the Officer confirms the offense, the e-challan is issued in the name of the violator.
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The violator receives an e-challan on the registered mobile number or email id via an SMS or email.
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The violator has to pay the penalty fee and clear his dues.
How to check traffic E-challan status online?

You can easily check the e-challan status online by the following steps:

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Visit the official website of the Parivahan Sewa

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Click on the 'Check Challan Status' dialogue box

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On the next page, enter your vehicle number or DL number to check any penalty for the traffic violations listed on it

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If there is no violation, the website will display 'Challan Not Found' in the dialog box

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If there is a violation, a row will be displayed showing a list of offence's along with the penalty amount to be paid for them.

How to pay your traffic E-challan online?

For a hassle-free experience, the traffic regulatory has introduced an online web portal to pay traffic e-challan Read more online. An e-challan has a unique number that will help you to easily make the payment.

Here are some steps that you can follow to make your e-challan payment online:

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Visit the official website of Parivhaan Sewa.
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Click on 'E-challan System' and enter the required details to login.
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Provide other details like DL number, challan number, etc.
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Click on the 'Get Detail' option.
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On your screens, you will then see the status of your e-challan.
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Find 'Pay Now’ option and make your payment through banking cards, UPI, or net banking.
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After making the payment, you will receive an SMS on your registered mobile for the successful payment.
What happens when you don't pay the traffic E-challan timely?

Not making your E-challan payment on time is a violation of laws. If you do not pay your E-challan timely, you might have to face legal action from the traffic regulatory department.

As a defaulter, you will receive a Read more court summon at your registered residential address. During your court hearing, you have to explain the reason for traffic violations and the reason for not paying the fine. The judge will give a verdict after the whole session.

In case you have missed the court hearing after a summon, your driving license might get suspended. Therefore, traffic e-challan is a mandatory payment that you must clear on time.

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6 significant tips to avoid your E-challan

Here are some significant tips to avoid heavy penalties by the traffic police:

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Drive responsibly by following all the traffic rules.
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Always wear a helmet and follow the speed limit while riding a bike.
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Do not drink & drive.
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Never use a mobile phone while riding your motor vehicle.
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Always cooperate with traffic police if they stop you.
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Make sure you have a mandatory third-party bike insurance policy along with all the other documents including the Registration Certificate, Driving License, & Pollution Under Control Certificate. Read more
Final call

It is mandatory to pay your traffic e-challan within 60 days from the date of issuance. If you want to know the status of your e-challan, you can easily follow the above-mentioned steps and find the details of it. Moreover, you can make payments online to clear all the dues. Also, as a bike owner, it is recommended to hold the mandatory two-wheeler insurance policy, and valid DL, RC, & PUCC while riding it.

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