How to Pay E Challan?
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What is traffic e-challan?
An e-challan is generated with the help of an electronic system and issued to defaulters who do not obey the traffic rules.If a driver is issued an e-challan, they are notified about it via a text message, or a copy of it is directly sent to the address registered with their vehicle number. Traffic e challan status can also be checked online and paid through the Park+ app or government websites
Violation of traffic
Driving without a valid
Jumping red lights
specified speed limit
influence of alcohol
Refusal to share
information when asked
Driving without a valid
What documents should I carry with me to avoid getting challans?
A: While driving, you must always have your:
- Driving license
- Car registration
- Pollution/emission test certificate
- Insurance certificate
- Taxation certificate
How can I do a Challan check online?
What happens if I don’t pay my traffic challan on time?
Can e challan be paid on spot?
What should I do to avoid getting an e challan?
Always keep these rules in mind when driving on the road to avoid getting a police e challan: 1. Have a document checklist in place and make sure you always have your car’s registration certificate, driver’s license, and insurance papers in your car. 2. Leave home on time so that you don’t have to rush or go over the speed limit or jump signals to reach someplace on time. 3. Be mindful of your surroundings so that you can follow all rules, not only when you find cops around but otherwise as well.
What documents do I need to while driving to avoid traffic police e challan?
These documents are a must-have when driving on the Indian roads: - A valid driver’s license - Vehicle registration number - Vehicle’s insurance policy - PUC (Pollution Under Control) certificate - Permit, if needed
Is the e challan system working across all states and cities in India?
Is it okay to make a Parivahan challan payment through their website?
Can I be issued a bike challan for riding with more than 2 people?
Yes, if your bike has more than 1 pillion riders alongside the rider, you can be fined up to INR 1,000 by the traffic police.
What are the most common reasons a citizen gets a traffic police e challan in India?
The most common reasons for someone being issued with a traffic police e challan are: - Overspeeding - Jumping signals - Driving without a valid insurance - Driving without a valid PUC (Pollution Under Control) certificate - Driving under the influence of alcohol