Tired of frequently visiting the RTO or the police station for any vehicle-related purposes? Well, you can thank the Indian Government because they're making the lives of vehicle owners all across India easier.
In addition to uploading your RC and DL in a digital format on your phones, you can even pay your traffic police challan online using your phone. Moreover, it's easy, super quick, and efficient too.
If you are a vehicle owner, paying off your challan is equally important as keeping your car clean.
Gone are the days when you physically pay your fines. Nowadays, to check if you have any pending challans, you can easily do so using your phone. All you need to do is make use of apps like mParivahan or even Park + to do an online challan check.
It's easy. In this article, we're going to tell you how to check your e-Challan status. Moreover, we'll also be filling you in on how to pay e-Challans.
No matter how hard we try to avoid it, sometimes it becomes unavoidable. At one point or the other, most of us have gotten a traffic police challan. The steps to pay off these challans are quite tedious.
However, there's good news. You no longer have to go to the police station to pay your challan. Did you know that you can pay off your challan online?
These days, in addition to websites like the state RTO websites or even the Government of Indian sites like mParivahan, we have mobile apps. Yes! With the help of mobile apps like Park +, checking your e-Challan and paying it off is very easy.
In case you have no pending e-Challans on your vehicle number, you will not have to pay. However, if the police caught you defaulting, there might be chances of e-Challans on your vehicle number. In such cases, proceed to pay.
To pay, select any mode of payment. This will help you pay off your e-Challan.
In addition to these, you can even check things like:
The date, time, and place of your challan.
Whether your e-Challan is paid or unpaid.
You can also check information such as when the payment was done.
You can also go to the central mParivahan website or download the mParivahan to check and pay your traffic police challan status.
Visit the mParivahan site and click on the "Online Services Tab."
You will need to fill in your challan number and vehicle details.
Proceed by entering the captcha code.
This will show you a list of the challans against your vehicle.
To pay, proceed by selecting the mode of payment.
Paying off your challans is no longer a hard task. In addition to the several apps, even state RTOs all across India are introducing digitalization. Car owners can pay off their e-Challans virtually without the need to physically visit the police station.
You no longer need to physically pay your fines. It's just the press of some buttons away. Now, you can do an online challan check and even pay off your challans from the comfort of your home!