Keep an eye on the online challan of your vehicle like this, understand the whole process in minutes. How to check e-challan status online Check step by step process here

If a person has received a notice for a traffic violation, he can pay it online or by visiting the nearest traffic police station.

New Delhi

Updated: December 29, 2021 09:43:48 pm

It is common to make mistakes while driving a vehicle in the country, sometimes you cross the red light by mistake, sometimes you inadvertently violate any other traffic rule, in such a situation, e-challan notice will be sent to you by SMS on your mobile phone. Though you can also receive the notice at your registered address,

E-Challan Status

But if you delete the SMS on the phone by mistake, or you do not receive the notice on your registered address, then how will you know how much challan is on your vehicle, let us tell, how you can go online You can track your vehicle challan.

How to pay challan

Every state in India has a different website where people pay their traffic challans by visiting the state’s official transport website. Whereas individuals can check their traffic challan status online at can visit the website. If a person has received a notice for a traffic violation, he can pay it online or by visiting the nearest traffic police station.

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How to find invoice address

By visiting the government-run website, you tap on Check Online Services. Then tap on Check Challan Status from the drop-down menu. You will see a new page. You can select various options like Challan No., Vehicle No. or DL ​​No. to check the status of e-Challan. After that enter the captcha code and click ‘Get Details’. So through this simple process you can get your challan.

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