E-Challan Telangana. A challan is a document issued in the name of a vehicle driver if he or she is caught violating traffic rules and regulations. If a traffic challan is issued in Telangana, the offender must pay a fine. According to the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, the penalty is determined by the type of violation.
The traffic police may issue a person who violates traffic rules in Telangana a challan. If the document is generated electronically using the Electronic Challan System, it is referred to as an e-challan.
How to Make the Payment of Telangana Traffic e-Challan Online?
From parking in an unapproved area to running a red light and exceeding the speed limit to committing any other traffic offense, all are violations for which a person is liable to pay a fine. If a person is found guilty, they will receive an e-challan on their mobile phone via SMS or at their registered address. There is a grace period of 60 days in which the e-challan payment must be made.
Here are the steps to pay the traffic e-Challan online:
Step 1: Go to the Parivahan Challan Page.
Step 2: On the page, enter your challan number, vehicle number, or DL number.
Step 3: Enter the Captcha code and select the ‘Get Detail’ tab.
Step 4: A new page will open with all of the information about the e-challan.
Step 5: Proceed by clicking ‘Pay Now’ in the Payment column.
Step 6: Select a payment method from the options provided. You can make a payment using net banking, a credit card, or a debit card.
Step 7: Upon receipt of payment, a confirmation message will be sent to the registered mobile number.
How to Check Telangana E Challan Status online?
If you misplaced the e-challan sent to you or deleted the challan SMS received from the RTO, you can still obtain all of the information about the traffic challan online. Here are the steps to check the status of your traffic fine and e-challan online:
Step 1: Go to the Parivahan Portal.
Step 2: On the homepage, click the ‘Check Challan Status’ tab.
Step 3: A new page will open in which you must enter your DL number or vehicle number.
Step 4: If there are no fines or e-challans against you, a ‘Challan Not Found’ dialogue box will appear.
Step 5: If you have a pending fine or e-challan against your name, a page will open with all the details about the challan.
Telangana State Traffic Rule Violations & Penalties List
Traffic rule violations are a crime in our country, with penalties outlined in the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. These penalties are essentially the same in every state. In Telangana, the following are the penalties for various traffic rule violations for two, three, four, and six-wheelers:
|Driving a motor vehicle and not carrying a license||Rs. 500|
|Driving a motor vehicle and not having proper registration||Rs. 2000|
|Driving a motor vehicle and not having updated insurance||Rs. 1000|
|Driving a motor vehicle when you are less than 18 years old||Rs. 500|
|Entering No entry area||Rs. 200|
|Violating One-way||Rs. 200|
|Violating U-turn||Rs. 200|
|Entering a prohibited area||Rs 200|
|Driving a motor vehicle at an unusual speed or negligent driving||Rs 200|
|Traveling on the footboard of a vehicle||Rs. 50 to RS. 200|
|A person who is physically/mentally challenged and driving a vehicle||Rs. 200|
|Running away after committing an accident||Court|
|Driving a vehicle that is unsafe to use||Court|
|Not wearing a helmet||Rs. 200|
|Driving a motor vehicle that is overweight||Rs.1000 per tonne or court|
|Driving a vehicle without permission||Action by RTO|
|Unauthorized interference associated with a vehicle||Rs. 100|
|An unauthorized person driving a vehicle||Rs. 1,000|
|Driving on the wrong side of a road||Rs. 1,100|
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Telangana Traffic Police 12-Point Penalty System
Telangana’s government has devised a point system to reduce traffic violations. If a person receives more than 12 points in two consecutive years, the government has the authority to revoke the driver’s license for one year. If the person continues to violate the rules, the license may be revoked for two years.
A learner driver’s license holder should not have more than 5 points, or a permanent driving license will not be issued.
|Traffic Rules||Penalty Points|
|Not wearing a helmet/seat belt while driving||1 point|
|Driving a vehicle without insurance or with hazardous substances||2 points|
|Rash driving or taking the wrong route||2 points|
|Drunk driving (two-wheelers)||3 points|
|Drunk driving (four-wheelers)||4 points|
|Drunk driving (Government vehicle)||5 points|
|Car/Bike race||3 points|
|Driving without a PUC certificate||2 points|
|Parking on the highways||2 points|
|Committing any crime such as chain snatching while driving||5 points|
|If cases are filed under IPC 279, 336, 337, 338 sections||2 points|
|If cases are filed under 304 (A), 304 (II)||5 points|
E-Challan Telangana – FAQs
If a person has more than ten outstanding challans in his or her name, a charge sheet will be filed against him or her, and the vehicle will be seized. The individual must appear in court to retrieve the vehicle.
A wrong challan is less likely to result in a penalty. However, if this occurs by accident, a person can report it by writing to the Traffic Police or reporting it on the Traffic Police website.
If a person fails to pay the challan dues on time, the case will almost certainly go to court. The vehicle owner is summoned to explain why he did not pay the e-challan. If a person fails to appear in court, his or her license is suspended.
Anyone interested in downloading the e-challan receipt can do so from the e Challan Parivahan website.
You have to pay Rs.200 for violating the one-way rule.