With the implementation of the new “Motor Vehicle Law” earlier this month, car owners are not only eager to update their documents or obtain Pollution Control (PUC) certification, but are also looking for a formal way to store documents online to show that they are handed over to the traffic police or paid online. The way. In this article, we will discuss how to pay for traffic online, or how to track your challenges.

It must be noted here that different and states have different to pay for transportation online. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways of the Government of India also has a nationwide website that allows citizens to pay for transportation online. We cannot describe the process of each website here, but the process is very similar to the state or city traffic Chalan payment website.

Ministry of Road Transport and Highways website: pay for transportation

  • Starting from the E-Challan website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, it can be accessed at https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/. Interestingly, during use, it cannot run normally on Google Chrome, so if you have trouble using Chrome, please try another browser.
  • once E-Challan The website is open, please go to “Check Challan Status”.
  • This page will provide three options to check the status of the challenge-use challenge number, use vehicle number or use driver’s license number.
  • If a valid electronic Charlland is found, the website will list the Charlland below and provide payment methods.
  • When you click Pay Now, the website may redirect you to your state website to complete the payment.
  • You can use your credit/debit card or online banking to pay for electronic cash.
  • You can also verify previous payments.
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Paytm: pay for transportation

  • The second option for the online payment traffic challenge is Paytm. The application and website of the platform support Andhra Pradesh, Chennai, Faridabad, Maharashtra and Telangana E-challans.
  • To pay for transportation for these or states, please open E-Challan payment page On Paytm (app or website).
  • Paytm will now provide you with the option to select the relevant e-challan authorization, and then select the authorization.
  • Then, it will ask you to enter the challenge number or vehicle number, or driver’s license number to find a valid e-challenge.
  • If it finds the e-mail address, it will list the details and provide the option to complete the payment.

Paytm e-challan payment options can be found on its website or app

If the e-challan payment option that applies to you is not available on the above two websites, please search for the e-challan payment website in your state or city (if you live in one of the Tier 1 cities). Below are links to some of the most populous states in India-Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan.

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