Since implementing the Motor Vehicle Act 2019, the number of online vehicle challans has increased drastically. Many states saw huge challans issued to commuters. In Odisha, e challan worth INR 59,000 was given for tractors and INR 6.5 for truckers.
Once an e-challan online is issued to a commuter, they often have various questions to ask! For some, it is essential to know when they can pay off their e-challan, while for others, it is essential to understand what they should do about a challan pending in court. Well, we have the answer to all the questions you have. We will tell you what a challan pending in court means and if the police or the concerned traffic department can recover the fine from you.
In case you haven�t paid the challan within the stipulated timeline, there are a couple of things that can happen if you have a challan pending in court:
If you haven�t had a chance to pay your e-challan online, you can find traffic police to complete the payment of your challan pending in court. Always remember, no traffic police officer has the right to recover a fine from you forcibly. Cops can only stop you if they see you violating road rules, but no one can keep your driver�s license or car documents or force you to pay challan on the spot.
To save yourself the hassle of late e-challan payment leading to rounds of court or summoning, you can quickly and easily pay your e-challan online with Park+.
Step 2: Click on the �Challan tab� and enter your vehicle registration number.
Step 3: Click on �Update� followed by �Update Now.
Step 4: You will get the updated details of your e-challan by clicking on �Get challan details�
Step 5: Once you have the updated challan information, click on �Pay dues� to clear your challan amount
It�s as simple as that and also saves you court hassles for late e-challan payment.