With its quirks and distinctive character, India has the world's most popular and populated cities. This inevitably results in a high number of challans the traffic police issues in a day. To encourage people to follow proper rules and stay regulated on the roads, the government has started issuing e-challan online.
While the challan traffic police are now stricter, it is also much more convenient for the state's people to check and pay their challans online. If a driver is issued an e-challan, they are notified via a text message, or a copy of it is directly sent to the address registered with their vehicle number.
Read more to learn everything about e-challans and how they work:
An e-challan is generated with the help of an electronic system and issued to defaulters who do not obey the traffic rules. For the convenience of the citizens, online traffic challan payment is possible.
You can use challan check online and also make the payment with these quick steps:
Step 1: Visit Challan payment
Step 2: Enter your vehicle number & click on get challan details
Step 3: Once you�ve checked the challan status, click on �Pay Now to proceed forward and complete your challan payment process.
Step 4: Select the mode of payment. You can select debit/credit/net banking, which is available from almost all banks. Complete the payment by entering details. You will receive a transaction ID number, which you can save for future reference.
Watch the video to know how you can pay your E-challan on the Park+ app:
Jumping signals, speeding, and violating any kind of traffic rules are some of the common reasons people are penalised.
If sometimes you cannot pay your e-challan online, the government has provisions for people also to pay challans offline. You can carry your challan/notice number with you and pay dues to the challan traffic police, who would have an electronic challan machine.
Please note: Challan payments on the Park+ app are currently paused and will be restarted shortly!