A number of CCTV cameras and speed sensors have been installed to curb road accidents in India. The cameras record the footage of the moving traffic and if someone is caught breaking any form of traffic rules, they will be fined.
To generate an online traffic challan, the police then find out the vehicle number through the video captured and send the challan to the registered addressed. Working closely with the Regional Transport Office, information like the owner’s phone number and address is found. Following this, an SMS is sent to the registered mobile number with the violation time, date and location.
You can either pay your e-challan dues online or do it offline.
The Park+ website allows you to make online challan status inquiry and make payments too: View & Pay Challans Online with Park+ You are issued a unique challan number using which you can make the payment for your e-challan.
</br> Watch this video to know how to make e-challan payment through the Park+ app:
Please note: E-challan payments are currently paused on the Park+ app and will resume shortly
If you are unable to make your online traffic challan payment, you can just pay it offline. Go to the nearest police station and make the payment against your e-challan. You can also go to a traffic police official with the e-challan machine to accept your payment.
Stating the obvious, one should follow rules at all times to avoid getting e-challans. But here’s a quick list of things you can check before leaving home to avoid tackling the e-challan parivahan later. - Always have all your documents required while driving - Ensure safety while driving, wear a seat belt or a helmet - Do not use your phone while driving. The speed camera also catches you using your phone while driving. This permits the Delhi traffic police challan authorities to issue you one. - Do not go over the prescribed speed limit, which is not just important to avoid e-challans but also to keep you and the people around you safe.