Maharashtra is the first state with an integrated E- challan system.
As per the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act 2019, the Government of Maharashtra implemented a hike in the penalty for various traffic offences. With this act, people who break traffic rules can be prevented from doing so.
E- challan issued by the Maharashtra government is advanced digital documentation of traffic violation penalties that must be paid. The handheld devices with multiple service providers belong to state traffic police and help them to detect the violators easily.
The vehicle registration number, contact details, and address of the violators can be easily detected from the RTOs. An SMS will be sent to the person's contact number with the details of the fine and challan. If a traffic challan is issued, the person is liable to pay the fine either online or offline.
If you have misplaced the e-Challan sent to you or deleted the challan SMS received from the RTO accidentally, in that case, you can check your challan details online by using either the Vehicle number or Challan number.
You can check the details of the e-challan by using either Park+ Website/ Parivahan Website.
It can be paid either online or offline.
You can choose either of these two alternatives for paying Maharashtra e-challan offline: - Visit any nearby police station along with your Driving License, Address, identity proof, and traffic violation challan. Get a receipt after paying your fine in cash. - Locate traffic police with a handheld E- challan payment gadget. Swipe your debit or credit card to make an instant cashless payment.
There are two alternative ways that you can follow to pay e challan online: ### Pay Maharashtra E- challan online using State Challan Portal.
The Maharashtra government has committed to reducing traffic offences in the state by quickly detecting traffic offences and penalizing the offenders on the spot. The E-challan payments have made it easy for the government to collect the penalties.