A: While driving, you must always have your:
A: Sometimes, a person might miss a message or not receive a physical copy of their e-challan. In such a case, you can visit https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/ and check the e-challan status online. All you have to do is add your challan, vehicle, or DL number and you will be shown if there are any challans pending on your name.
A: An offender is given up to 60 days to pay off their challan. In case a person fails to do so, they will have a police officer personally visiting their registered address to collect the payment. If one is still unable to clear their e-challan dues, their case is moved to the court a-nd they have to visit it to clear the payment.
A: Yes, you can pay the e-challan to the prosecuting officer who has the e-challan machine to make a payment through a debit or credit card. You can also pay by cash.