Challans in Tiruvannamalai
Tiruvannamalai is a temple city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and like many burgeoning cities in India, it can experience heavy traffic congestion during peak hours.
The city has a mix of narrow and wide roads, and the traffic flow is affected by factors such as road construction, festivals, and accidents.
The city's increasingly changing demographics have an impact on the road traffic situation in the city. It is important for drivers and pedestrians to exercise caution and follow traffic rules to ensure their safety and the smooth flow of traffic.
How to Check Challan in Tiruvannamalai
According to the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, a traffic challan is issued to anyone who violates traffic rules. In most cases, a fine is payable, whereas, in extreme cases, it could lead to serious legal repercussions. You can check your due challans in both offline and online modes.
If you prefer the offline mode, go to the nearby police station and share your challan number/vehicle number/ driving license number with the police officer. You will be provided with the required information.
You can also easily check your traffic e-challan status through the official e-challan website of India, 'Parivahan'. You can also log in to Tamil Nadu's official state transport website which provides you with an external link to the Parivahan website.
On the Parivahan website, you will have to enter either your challan number, vehicle number or driving license number.
After entering the captcha code when asked, you can see the details of the penalties that are due for you. You can either pay the e-challan right away or through other modes.
However, things have been made even easier by the Park+ app. You can now check your traffic e-challans that are due from anywhere in India on your smartphone using the app. Not only that, the app is a one-stop solution for all your road travel issues like a car wash, parking, e-challan, etc.,
How to Pay Challan in Tiruvannamalai
Several secured gateways for payment have made it possible for people to pay for the challans online without a hassle. If you want to pay the challan offline, there are options for that as well.
The first way to pay an e-challan in the offline mode is to approach a traffic police officer with an e-challan device and pay by cash. You will receive the receipt as soon as you pay the amount.
The second way is to approach the Tiruvannamalai police headquarters and pay your traffic e-challan by cash.
The third option is to send it to the postal address of the Tiruvannamali police department in the form of a demand draft pay, order, or cheque.
In the online mode, you can pay your e-challan in Tiruvannamalai through the Tamil Nadu police official website. On the site, select �Citizen Services� and then �E-Payment for Traffic Challans�. Clicking on it will redirect you to the official e-challan website of India, Parivahan.
You also have the option to directly go to the 'Parivahan' website to pay it. You will be asked to enter your challan number/driving license number/vehicle number. Then you will have to enter a captcha code to receive the e-challan details. You can pay the amount right away.
You also have the option to pay it through the Tiruvannamali district website or the official state traffic website of Tamil Nadu.
What Are the Traffic Violations in Tiruvannamalai and Their Penalties?
With the increase in traffic violations, the rates of accidents have also risen. It is thereby necessary to imply certain penalties and traffic tickets to keep the traffic in check and enforce adherence to rules and regulations. The current updated challan list for traffic violations in Tiruvannamalai is mentioned below:
|Fine of ?10,000 for the first violation, and/or imprisonment for 6 months Fine of ?15,000 for subsequent violations, and/or imprisonment for 2 years
|Driving an unregistered vehicle
|Disobeying traffic authorities
|Driving without a license
|Driving vehicles after license cancellation/expiration
|Driving without insurance
|? 2,000, and/or 3 months imprisonment ? 4,000 for subsequent violations, and/or imprisonment for 3 months
|Rash and negligent driving
|Driving without a seatbelt
|Driving without a valid permit (for commercial and special vehicles)
|? 1,000 for light vehicles ? 2000 for medium vehicles
|Vehicles violating noise pollution standards
|Vehicles violating air pollution standards
|Violation by juveniles
|? 25,000 with 3-year imprisonment and cancellation of vehicle registration
How to Check Tiruvannamalai Challan Information on Park+
It is quite usual to forget about your pending challans since you don't have them all in one place. You can use the Park+ website/app to do everything related to your road travels including checking your pending e-challan status in Tiruvannamalai.
Download the Park+ app.
Open the app and click on 'Login'.
Enter your mobile number and click on 'Send OTP'.
Enter the 'OTP' and click on 'Verify OTP'.
Click on 'Challan' under Services.
Enter Your 'Vehicle Number' and click on 'Check Challan'.