Complete guide to violations and penalties
Haryana e-challan: Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution
How to check the e-challan status issued by the Haryana Traffic police?
You can check your Haryana traffic police e-challan status using the Park+ website or Parivahan website.
Use the Park+ website and know your challan status in two simple steps:
- Visit the Haryana e-challan web portal on the Park+ website.
- Enter your vehicle number and view your challan status details.
Use the Parivahan website of the Government of India to check your challan status:
- Visit the Parivahan e-challan webpage.
- Enter your Challan number/vehicle number/ Driving license number.
- From the list of your challans; select one to know the status.
How to pay the e-challan issued by the Haryana traffic police?
You can pay an e-challan issued by the Haryana traffic police either online or offline.
Paying traffic e-challan online:
There are two ways of paying traffic e-challan online - using the Parivahan website and using the E-Gras accounting web portal of the Haryana Government.
Using Parivahan website:
You can also pay your traffic e-challan issued by the Haryana police by using the Government of India's official e-challan website - Parivahan.
- Visit the Parivahan e-challan webpage.
- Enter your Challan number/Vehicle number/Driving License number.
- Then, enter the Captcha code and select "Get Details".
- Now, from the list of e-challans, select the one which you want to pay.
- You will have access to the pending amounts and your offense details.
- Proceed with the payment.
Upon successful completion of the process, you will receive a confirmation along with the transaction ID.
Using Haryana Government's Receipts Accounting web portal - e-Gras:
You can visit the Government Receipt accounting system online which is functional as the E-Gras Haryana website
- Visit the E-Gras Haryana web page.
- Login with your username and password if you have one. Or, simply enter the username and password as "guest" to sign in as a guest user.
- Select category as "Police Fees" and purpose of payment as "Challenging of Vehicles".
- Then select District, Treasury, Office Name, and Period as applicable.
- Fill in the due amount in front of "Receipts from traffic challans".
- Enter your name, address, email address, and mobile number.
- Also, select the payment details if you wish to make the payment online.
Upon successful payment, you can print a copy of your challan receipt.
Paying Haryana traffic e-challan offline:
To pay the e-challan issued by the Haryana traffic police offline, you can opt for either of these two methods :
- You can visit any traffic police station in your city along with your Driving Licence, Address and Identity Proof, and letter for a traffic violation and submit your fine in cash.
Or, you can generate a challan using the E-Gras website by the Government of Haryana. Then, visit the bank's branch to make payment manually.
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What are the latest traffic violations and their penalties in Gurugram (Haryana)?
Haryana Government has adopted the new set of penalties under the New Motor Vehicle Amendment Act, 2019. Here is the revised list of offenses and their penalties as implemented in Gurugram.
Name of Offence Penalty for the first offense (INR) Penalty for subsequent offense (INR) Driving without Driving Licence 5,000 5,000 Driving with a suspended/expired driving License 5,000 5,000 Underage Driver without Driving License 5,000 5,000 An unauthorized person driving the vehicle. 5,000 5,000 Driving without Registration Certificate 5,000 10,000 Plying transport vehicle without Fitness Certificate 10,000 10,000 Driving vehicle without insurance 2,000 4,000 Failure to report a change of address within the prescribed period 500 1,500 Failure to report the transfer of vehicle ownership within the prescribed period 500 1,500 Violating air pollution standards 10,000 10,000 Overloading Court Court Carrying explosive/inflammable/dangerous/substance 500 1,500 Dangerous/Rash driving 5,000 1,0000 Using a mobile phone while driving 5,000 10,000 over-speeding 2,000 2,000 Drunken driving/abetment Court Court Driver mentally/physically unfit 1,000 2,000 Disobeying Police Orders 2,000 2,000 Disobeying signal of police officer regulating traffic 5,000 10,000 Driver without helmet or Turban/Helmet 1,000 1,000 Pillion Rider without Helmet 1,000 1,000 Triple Riding on 2-Wheeler 1,000 1,000 Blowing horn needlessly /continuously or in silence zone 1,000 2,000 Driver not using a seat belt 1,000 1,000 Nonproviding of passage to the emergency vehicles 10,000 10,000 Carrying goods on passenger vehicle 2,000 5,000 Carrying children below 14 years without a safety belt/child restraint system 1,000 1,000 Release of exhaust gas 1,000 2,000
Source: Gurugram Police Website
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What are the basic road safety rules to be followed in Haryana?Violation of road safety rules is a punishable offense in Haryana. All vehicle drivers should obey the following basic road rules while driving in the state:
- Drive on the left side:
Keep to the left side of the road while driving. If there are no dividers or lanes, let the traffic pass safely through your right.
- Overtake from the right:
Always overtake from the right side after flashing the indicator or honking the horn. Avoid overtaking on the narrow lanes as it may jeopardize others' lives.
- Respect traffic police:
Never disobey or argue with the police offers. Bribing an officer is a punishable offense. Co-operate with the police to ensure smooth movement of traffic on the road.
- Respect traffic signals:
Jumping the traffic signals can cause you a heavy penalty. If there are any pedestrians, wait for them to cross before moving your vehicle.
- Obey "No Parking Signs:
Never park your vehicle in the "No Parking zone". Also, avoid parking on busy corners or in the middle of the road. Your vehicle can obstruct other motorists and cause accidents or chaos.
- Understand the road signs and markings:
Every driver needs to understand and obey the markings and informatory signals on the road. These signs prepare/warn you of what lies ahead. They also indicate what you're allowed or not allowed to do while driving on the lane further.
- Make way for emergency vehicles: If you see emergency vehicles such as ambulances, police cars, and fire engines trying to pass, make way for them. Blocking their passage may lead to loss of life/property. Therefore, it is considered a punishable offense.
- Carry relevant documents:
A vehicle owner must always carry the following documents in his vehicle:
- For all Vehicles:
Driver's License, Registration certificate, Insurance certificate, and Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate
- Only for Commercial Vehicles: Fitness certificate and tourist permits
Honk only when necessary e.g while overtaking, changing lanes, or passing through a narrow lane. Do not blow horns in front of schools and hospitals.
- Adhere to the Speed Limits:
Always adhere to speed limits both while driving within the city or on highways. Overspeeding of racing on the road may lead to accidental deaths.
- Use of lights:
Use the side indicator lights while switching lanes or turning around. Also, use the fog lights and the emergency light in case of heavy rains or fog. This shall warn the other motorists to maintain a safe distance while driving.
- Do not use mobile phones while driving:
- Never use mobile phones while driving. In case of an urgent call, first, park your vehicle on the roadside and then use your mobile.
- Never drink and drive:
Drunk driving is a punishable offense across India. It can cost you a very heavy fine, imprisonment, or a permanently suspended license. Before getting behind the wheels, make sure that the alcohol level in your blood is within permissible limits.
- A learner should be accompanied:
A Learner should never drive alone. He must have someone with a valid driving license sitting beside the passenger seat.
- Prioritize pedestrians:
Always let pedestrians cross the road first. Slow down your vehicle or stop if there's a zebra crossing ahead. Make way for school-going children and senior citizens.
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Other safety rules for two-wheeler drivers in Haryana:
- Only one pillion rider:
Two-wheelers can have only two riders - one driver and one pillion passenger at the back. Motorcyclists and scooter riders are not allowed triple-riding.
- Wear safety helmets:
Both the driver and the pillion rider must wear approved safety helmets for protection from a severe head injury. Wearing knee and elbow guards is also advisable.
Other safety rules for four-wheeler drivers in Haryana:
- Always wear seat belts:
Wearing seat belts is essential while traveling in a car. Besides the driver, other passengers should also wear seat belts to avoid injuries in case of unexpected jerks, sudden brakes, or mishaps. Children sitting in the back seat should also have a harness or belt.
- Use mirrors and indicators:
Always adjust your rearview mirror before hitting the road. The rearview mirror, called the third eye of the driver, is very helpful while taking a turn, changing lanes, overtaking a vehicle, and reversing the vehicle. It is also a good practice to use indicators for the right turn, left turn, and parking/stopping.