If you live in metro cities and travel here and there by car, then you must be worried about the cameras installed on the road. This is because if the speed of the vehicle exceeds the prescribed limit or you are not wearing seat belt or helmet, then your e-challan will be deducted immediately and you will not even know. Many a times, people’s challan has been cut a long time ago and they don’t get to know about it for months. Today in this article, we are going to tell you how you can know whether your vehicle has been challaned or not.
You do not need much information to check the challan of the vehicle. You can find out this thing from the mobile phone in a few seconds.
For this, first of all you have to go to https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/accused-challan.
Now here you will see three options from which you can see the details of the challan of the vehicle. The first challan number that you will have in very few cases. Second vehicle number and third DL number. The simplest way is the vehicle number.
Here you have to enter your vehicle number and then the chassis number, after which you will get to know whether the challan of the vehicle has been issued or not.
Here you will also see the status of your old challan. If any challan is unpaid, you will also see its information here.
This method is very helpful for e-challan
The method mentioned above is more helpful when your vehicle has been e-challaned. Actually, e-challan is issued when the photo of your vehicle has been taken or you are found to be over speeding. If you are caught by the traffic police, then you come to know that the challan has been issued. But it is not easily known in e-challan and then you get fined for making a mistake. Therefore, in this way, sitting at home, you can see from time to time whether there is any challan on your vehicle or not.