Pay E-Challan Online : As we all know that following traffic rules is very important. There is a provision of fine for violation of traffic rules in all the states across the country. Despite this, millions of people break these rules every day. A challan is deducted in the name of the vehicle of the person who breaks the rules, it means that that person will have to pay some money to the police station as compensation for breaking the traffic rule. After the corona epidemic, the government has come up with the e-invoicing process to avoid contact. Although some people are still unaware of this online challan process, then let us know how through e-challan, one can fill their challan from their phone without the hassle of going to the station. This will save time and you will not have to worry. The purpose of e-challan is to put a ban on traffic violations.
Make payment through e-challan
- You can visit the official website of the Department of Transport echallan.parivahan.gov.in You can pay the challan by visiting And online challan related details can be checked.
- Enter your Challan Number, Vehicle Number or DL Number on the page.
- Enter the captcha code and click on the ‘Get Details’ tab.
- Now a new page will open, where you can see all the information regarding e-Challan.
- Click on ‘Pay Now’ under the Payment column and proceed.
- Select the payment method from the existing option. You can make payment by net banking, credit card or debit card.
- A confirmation message will be sent to the registered mobile number after the payment is received.
E-Challan Android Mobile Phone, Web Interface is a sophisticated software application. E Challan aims to digitize the invoicing process. This is an online process. Which can be completed through the payment process through net banking, debit and credit cards. Once the challan is paid in the online mode, the notification is received through SMS from the next time.
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