Navigating the world of traffic challans in Gurgaon has become easier with the advent of online systems. If you’ve recently received an e-challan from the Gurgaon Traffic Police and are wondering about the steps to check and pay it, you’re in the right place.
In this blog, we’ll walk you through the process of checking your e-challan and making the payment online. With a few clicks and some basic information, you’ll be able to manage your traffic challan conveniently from the comfort of your own home.
Say goodbye to long queues and paperwork – it’s time to embrace the simplicity of online challan management. Let’s look into the details of how you can swiftly handle your Gurgaon traffic challan with just a few minutes of your time.
If you want to check the status of your challan in Gurgaon, there are a few ways to go about it. Let’s take a closer look at them:
Here’s how you can quickly check your traffic challan status in Gurgaon with CARS24:
If you want to view pending traffic challans using the Parivahan portal, these are the steps you need to follow:
Once you have the details, you have three options for paying your Gurgaon traffic police challan online: through CARS24, using the Parivahan website, or through the Gurgaon Government’s official website.
Here’s how you can easily manage and settle traffic challans through CARS24:
To pay your Gurgaon traffic challan online, you can utilise the Government of India’s official eChallan website, Parivahan Sewa:
To pay your Gurgaon challan online, you have the option of using the Gurgaon E-Gras Website, which is the official web portal of the Gurgaon Government.
If you don’t have access to online payment methods, you can still pay your Gurgaon police traffic challan offline. Here’s how:
Like all states in the country, Haryana has certain rules and laws that have to be adhered to by everyone driving in the state and its cities. In Gurgaon, the rules and regulations are set by the Traffic Police Department. If anyone is caught breaking any of these laws, they will be punished accordingly. Here are some of the traffic rules and laws in Gurgaon that have to be followed:
Anyone who drives a vehicle in Gurugram is expected to wear a seatbelt while driving. If anyone is caught without a seatbelt, a fine of ₹100 will be levied for a first-time offender whereas ₹300 will be penalised for a subsequent offence.
The registration number plates of any vehicle in Gurugram should follow the specifications of the Police department. Anyone who is caught with a fancy number plate will be fined. The specified font for number plates is Arabic and no other font can be used.
According to the Central Motor Vehicle Rule of 1989, the windscreen window and the rear window should have a minimum of 70% visibility and the side windows are required to have a visibility of a minimum of 50%. Any vehicle not complying with these rules will be fined heavily.
Drivers caught driving under the influence of alcohol shall be punished by the Gurugram Traffic Police. The Motor Vehicle Act of 1988 states that a first-time offender shall be fined ₹2,000 and/or imprisonment for up to 6 months. For any subsequent offence, the fine will be increased to ₹3,000 and the imprisonment shall also be extended to up to 2 years.
The Gurugram Traffic Police are extremely strict when it comes to a driver using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle. The penalty for the offence is often a fine of ₹100 – ₹500, but if the offender is caught causing harm to others while using a phone and driving, the penalty is more severe and could include imprisonment.
We have already talked about how Gurgaon has been attracting millions of people for career opportunities. More people in the city means more vehicles on the road and that in turn, leads to more congestion, and a lot more traffic. Working along with some of the biggest names in the corporate sector, the Gurugram Police have installed thousands of CCTV cameras across the city at strategic points to catch anyone who breaks the law. These cameras are also used to penalise the offenders and are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With the help of these CCTV cameras, the congestion in Gurugram has significantly been reduced.
As per the updated Motor Vehicle Amendment Act of 2019, the Gurgaon Traffic Police has introduced a revised list of offences and their corresponding penalties.
Here is the list of offences and their penalties as implemented by the Gurgaon Traffic Police:
|Name of Offence||Section No||Regular Fine (in Rupees)||Subsequent|
|Driving- w/o Driving Licence||3/181||₹5,000||₹5,000|
|Driving with DL expired/ DL not specific||3/181||₹5,000||₹5,000|
|Under age Driver w/oDL||4/181||₹5,000||₹5,000|
|Allowing unauthorised people to drive vehicle||5/180||₹5,000||₹5,000|
|Holding more than one DL||6/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Learner driving w/o instructor with DL||r.3(1) B/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Learner driving w/o displaying L Plates||r.3(1)/ 177||₹5,000||₹5,000|
|W/o Registration Certificate||39/192(1)||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Road Tax not paid||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Plying transport vehicle w/o Fitness||56/192 (I)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Plying transport vehicle w/o /expired Permit||66/192A (I)||Court||Court|
|Tractor – Trolley put to non-agricultural commercial use||66/s.192A||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|W/o Expired Third-Party Insurance||146/196||₹2,000||₹4,000|
|Failure to report a change of address within the prescribed period||47(5) / 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Failure to report transfer of vehicle ownership within the prescribed period||50 (3)/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Violating air pollution standards||115 (I) & 116/S.190(2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Load projection violation||190 (2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Overloading||113 (3)/ 194(1)||Court||Court|
|Carrying more than seating capacity on RC||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|TSR/Taxi driver not adopting shortest route for journey/refusing to undertake or complete journey/charging w/o fair metre||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Carrying person/travelling on running board/top of Bonnet/Outside the body of the vehicle||123/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Obstruction of control of driver by passenger sitting/standing/placing anything in front||125/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Violation of no-entry u/s 115||115/194||Court||Court|
|Carrying explosive/inflammable/dangerous/substance likely to cause damage/injury to vehicle/passengers/public property||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Violation of Rules for Carriage of Dangerous/Hazardous Goods||190 (3)||₹10,000||₹20,000|
|Dangerous mobile phone use while driving||184||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Driving fast/slower than national/local max/min speed limits/abetment||112/183/188||₹2,000||₹2,000|
|Driver mentally/physically unfit||186/188||₹1,000||₹2,000|
|Disobeying Police Orders||179||₹2,000||₹2,000|
|Disobeying the signal of police officers regulating traffic||22 (a)/ 177||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Failure to stop vehicle involved in accident on directions by SI or above in uniform||132(1)(a)/ 179||₹2,000||₹2,000|
|Violation of mandatory road signs||119/177||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Violation of road-making||reg. 18, reg.||₹500||₹1,500|
|Violation of Automation Traffic Control Signal Red light or Yellow(amber) light violation||reg. 22/177||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Reversing more than necessary for turning/in a manner causing danger/inconvenience||reg.31/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Driving m.vehicle on cycle track/footpath||reg.11/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Front and rear lights not switched on while driving from 1/2 hour after sunset till 1/2 hour before sunrise or whenever there is insufficient light||r.105(1)/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Failing to lower the headlight beam||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Overtaking Violations||r.4-7/ 177||₹5,000||₹10,000|
|Dangerous U-turn/where U-turn prohibited/ W/o proper signal||reg.12/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Wrong Side Driving/Entry/Turn/Crossing divided road/central verge where no proper crossing provided||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Failing to yield right-of-way||reg.8-11,25/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Lane change w/o signal/zigzag driving||reg.18/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Failure to make the prescribed signal||reg.13,14/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Abrupt brake w/o sufficient reason||reg.24/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Failure to keep a safe distance||reg.23/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Wrong parking causing danger/obstruction/undue inconvenience||reg.15/ 122/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Removed by Towing||122/177/127||₹500||₹1,500|
|Obstructing the flow of traffic by failing to remove the disabled vehicle for _____Hrs||201||Court||Court|
|Unattended Vehicle with the engine running||126/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Driver w/o helmet or Turban/Helmet not fastened/not of BIS Standards||129/177||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|Pillion Rider w/o Helmet||129/177||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|Triple Riding on 2-Wheeler||128(1)/ 177||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|M/Cycle w/o rear-wheel-guard/permanent hand grip/footrest for pillion rider||r.123/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Unauthorised use of red/blue beacon light||r.108/177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Use of dark tinted film/window glasses||r.100(2)/ 190(2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Unauthorised use of spotlight/searchlight/dazzling light/ unnecessary use of fog light||r.111/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Smoking while driving||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Blowing pressure horn/multi-tone horn||r.119/ 190(2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Blowing horn needlessly /continuously or in a silence zone||reg.21(i) (ii)/ 190(2)||₹1,000||₹2,000|
|Silencer non-functional/vehicle creating undue noise/playing music at high pitch||reg.21/ r.120/ 190 (2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Failure to keep mandatory accessories||r.138(4)/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Vehicle w/o Fire Extinguisher||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Driver not using seat belt||r.138 (3)/ 177||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|Front passenger w/o seat belt||r.138 (3)/ 177||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|W/o prescribed reflex reflectors||r.104/ 104A/ 190(2)||₹500||₹1,500|
|Driving W/o Number Plate||39/192(1)||₹500||₹1,500|
|Number Plate not according to pattern/not legible/obscured||reg.16/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Unauthorised post-registration alteration of vehicle engine/basic structure||52/192||₹500||₹1,500|
|Using defective vehicles dangerous for others||190(2)||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Towing for reasons other than delivery/repair at a workshop of a disabled vehicle||reg.20(1)/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Improper towing of disabled vehicle||reg.20/ 177||₹500||₹1,500|
|School Bus violating direction of Hon’ble High Court||177||₹500||₹1,500|
|Not providing a smooth passage to the ambulance while carrying the patient||–||₹10,000||₹10,000|
|Carrying goods in a passenger vehicle||–||₹2,000||₹5,000|
|Run away from the spot||–||₹500||₹1,500|
|Driving HMV/MMV passengers with excess speed||–||₹4,000||₹4,000|
|Carrying children below 14 years without safety belt/child restraint system||–||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|Release of exhaust gas other than silencer||–||₹1,000||₹2,000|
|Unauthorised interference with vehicles||–||₹1,000||₹1,000|
|Delhi traffic challan status||Haryana traffic challan status|
|Maharashtra traffic challan status||Uttar Pradesh traffic challan status|
In a nutshell, managing your Gurgaon traffic challan has never been more convenient. With the power of online systems, you can quickly check your challan status, pick the best method for payment, and bid adieu to hassle. No more waiting in lines or hunting for physical receipts!
Remember, road safety is a shared responsibility. Following traffic rules not only keeps you safe but also contributes to smoother journeys for everyone. So, buckle up, adhere to speed limits, and always respect the signals.
Now armed with knowledge on how to tackle those pesky challans, you’re ready to hit the road with confidence. Whether it’s online payment, visiting the police headquarters, or even contesting a fine, you’ve got the tools to handle it all. Stay safe, drive responsibly, and navigate the roads of Gurgaon with ease!
Q. How can I check my challan in Gurgaon?
You can easily check your challan status by visiting either the CARS24 eChallan section or the Parivahan eChallan webpage. Just enter your vehicle number or challan number to see if you have any pending challan.
Q. Can we pay challan online in Gurgaon?
Yes, you can pay your Gurgaon traffic challan online. There are a few methods available, like using the CARS24 E-Challan Service, the Parivahan website, or the Gurgaon Government’s online challan portal.
Q. What information do I need to check my Gurgaon traffic challan?
To check your Gurgaon traffic challan, you’ll need details like your vehicle number or challan number. These details will help you access the information about your pending challans.
Q. Can I check my pending traffic fines using my vehicle’s registration number?
Yes, you can. By entering your vehicle’s registration number on platforms like CARS24 or the Parivahan website, you can quickly see if there are any pending traffic fines associated with your vehicle.
Q. What are the accepted modes of online payment for traffic challans in Gurgaon?
You can pay your traffic challans online using methods like debit/credit cards or net banking. Different online platforms provide these payment options for your convenience.
Q. Is there a mobile app available to pay Gurgaon traffic fines?
As of now, there might not be a dedicated app specifically for paying Gurgaon traffic fines, but you can use official websites like CARS24 and Parivahan on your mobile browser to make the payments.
Q. What should I do if I’ve lost my physical copy of the Gurgaon traffic challan?
Don’t worry. You can still retrieve your challan details by entering your vehicle number or challan number on the online platforms, even if you’ve lost the physical copy.
Q. Can I contest or dispute a Gurgaon traffic challan if I believe it’s incorrect?
Yes, if you believe a challan is incorrect, you can follow the prescribed process to contest it. Check the specific guidelines on the official traffic police website for details on how to dispute a challan.
Q. Are there any offline methods to pay my traffic challan in Gurgaon?
Yes, you can pay your Gurgaon traffic challan offline by visiting the Gurgaon Traffic Police Headquarters and submitting the fine amount in cash. You can also pay through a Gurgaon traffic police officer equipped with an eChallan machine.
Q. How long does it take for a Gurgaon traffic challan to reflect in the online system?
The time it takes for a Gurgaon traffic challan to reflect in the online system can vary. Generally, it should appear within a reasonable timeframe after the challan has been issued.
Q. Can I pay multiple Gurgaon traffic challans together in a single transaction?
Yes, if you have multiple Gurgaon traffic challans, you can often pay them together in a single transaction through online platforms like CARS24 or the Parivahan website. Just follow the payment process for each challan you wish to settle.
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