With the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act earlier this month, the vehicle owners are not only rushing to get their documents renewed or get the Pollution Under Control (PUC) certification, they are also looking for official ways to store their documents online to show it to the Traffic Police or ways to pay their traffic challan online. In this article, we will talk about how you can pay your traffic e-challan online or track the status of your challan.
It is important to note here that different cities and states have different websites for paying traffic e-challans online. The Government of India's Ministry of Road Transport and Highways also has a website that works nationwide and allows the citizens to pay their traffic e-challans online. We can't describe the process for every single website here, however it is quite similar for respectively state or city traffic challan payment websites.
If the e-challan payment option for you is not available on either of the website above, search for the e-challan payment website for your state or city (if you live in one of the tier-1 cities). Here are the links for some of the most populous states in India – Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Tamilnadu, and Rajasthan.
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