With its quirks and distinctive character, India has the most popular and populous cities in the world. This inevitably results in a high number of challans, the traffic police issues in a day. In a bid to promote 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 people of the state to check and pay their challans online. If a driver is issued an e-challan, they are notified about it 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:
You can 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 from debit/credit card or net banking, which is available for almost all banks. Complete the payment by entering all the details. You will receive a transaction ID number, which you can save for future references once your payment is successful.
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 penalized.
If sometimes you are unable to pay your e-challan online, the government has provisions for people to also 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!