Instant Traffic E-Challan Payment at Paytm
Following traffic rules should be each and everyone's earnest endeavour to ensure not only one's own safety but the safety of others as well. Traffic Challans are issued to any person who is found violating traffic rules or not observing them strictly while on the road. Jumping the red light, over speeding, not wearing a helmet, ignoring signboards, driving without a license and so on are some of the common types of traffic police Challans in India.
E-challan has made it very simple to pay the traffic challan, whether you have mistakenly crossed a signal or were driving on a wrong side. Going to the traffic police headquarters and paying the e-challan could be very tiring. Now you can cut down all that efforts and just simply pay your e-challan with the help of just a few simple clicks. Avoid all the formalities and cut down the paperwork with Paytm’s e-challan payment service and save your precious time. You can make online challan payment from your home, college, office or anywhere else. All you need is a stable internet connection and you are all set to make your e-challan payment on Paytm.
How to Make Traffic E-Challan Payment Online at Paytm
It is very easy and convenient to make traffic e-challan payment on Paytm. All it takes is just a few simple clicks and it gets processed within a minute. Follow these simple steps to make e-challan payment at Paytm-
Go to Challan Bill Payment page on Paytm
Select your Traffic Authority
Enter the required details such as- Challan Number, RC Number, Vehicle Number, Driving License Number etc.
Click on ‘Proceed’
Enter the challan amount and proceed with the payments
Select the payment mode- Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, Paytm Wallet, Or UPI (UPI is available with Paytm App only)
FAQ's on Traffic E-Challan
Q. What is E-Challan?
Ans: An E-challan is an electronically generated challan, generated with the help of electronic challan system and issued to the traffic rules defaulters by the traffic police. It can be paid offline by visiting the traffic police’s office or online via online challan payment portals.
Q. What documents are required while driving?
Ans: The documents that are required while driving are-
1. Driving License
2. Registration Certificate
3. Taxation Certificate
4. Emission Test Certificate
5. Fitness Certificate & Permit (while driving transport vehicles)
6. Insurance Certificate
Q. How much fine can one attract for driving without a license?
Ans: The fine amount depends and varies from one traffic authority to another. You may get fined for up to ₹5000 for driving without a license as per the new Motor Vehicles Bill (2019)