With the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act earlier this month, vehicle owners are not only hurrying to renew their documents and obtain pollution control (PUC) certification, they will also be able to store their documents to show online The traffic police are also looking for official methods or ways to pay their traffic invoices online. In this article, we will talk about how you can pay your traffic e-invoice online or track the status of your invoice.
It is important to note here that different cities and states have different websites for paying traffic e-challans online. The Government of India also has a website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways that works nationwide and allows citizens to pay their traffic e-challans online. We cannot describe the process for every single website here, although it is quite similar to traffic invoice payment websites for state or city, respectively.
Follow the below mentioned steps to Pay Traffic E-Chalan Online.
- Starting with the e-challan website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, it can be viewed at https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/.
- For other states check here are the links, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Tamilnadu, and Rajasthan.
- After the E-Challan website opens, go to Check Challan Status.
- This page will provide three options to check the invoice status – using an invoice number, using a vehicle number, or using a driving license number.
- If a valid e-challan is found, the website will list the challan given below and will be given the option for payment.
- When you click on a payment, the website can redirect you to your state’s website to complete the payment.
- You can use your credit / debit card or internet banking to pay the e-challan.
You can also verify payments already made.