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You can quickly check your online challan status in Odisha using the CARS24 platform or the Parivahan Sewa website.
Here's how you can quickly locate your pending challans on the CARS24 platform:
If you want to locate your pending 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 Odisha traffic police challan online: using the CARS24 platform, using the Parivahan website, or through the Odisha Government's official website.
Once you've successfully located your pending challans, here's how you can easily manage and settle them through the CARS24 website:
To pay your Odisha challan online, you can utilise the Government of India's official e-challan website called Parivahan Sewa.
Follow these steps to pay your challan using the Parivahan Sewa website:
To pay your Odisha challan online, you have the option of using the Odisha Government's official website.
Follow these steps to pay your challan using the Odisha Government's official website:
If you prefer the offline experience or don't have access to online payment methods, you can still pay your Odisha police traffic challan using offline methods.
There are three options available for paying your challan offline:
Look for an Odisha traffic police officer equipped with an e-challan machine
Drive on the left side of the road and allow the traffic on your right to pass safely, especially in the absence of dividers or lanes
When overtaking, use your indicator and overtake from the right side. Avoid overtaking on narrow lanes to ensure the safety of others
It's crucial to respect traffic signals and not jump red lights. Wait for pedestrians to cross before proceeding
Avoid parking in designated No Parking zones, busy corners, or in the middle of the road. Illegally parked vehicles can cause accidents and disrupt traffic flow.
When emergency vehicles such as ambulances, police cars, or fire engines need to pass, give them the right of way. Blocking their path is a punishable offence
Always carry the necessary documents, either in physical or electronic mode via the DigiLocker application.
Adhere to the specified speed limits, both in city areas and on highways.
Use indicators when changing lanes or making turns. In adverse weather conditions like rain or fog, use fog lights and emergency lights to signal other drivers and maintain a safe distance
Refrain from using mobile phones while driving. If you receive an urgent call, park your vehicle on the side of the road before attending to it
Drunk driving is a serious offence that can result in hefty fines, imprisonment, or a revoked licence.
Learner drivers should always be accompanied by someone with a valid driving licence sitting in the passenger seat.
Two-wheelers are permitted to have only one pillion passenger along with the driver. Triple riding is not allowed.
Both the driver and the pillion rider must wear approved safety helmets.
Wear seat belts while travelling in a car. Children in the back seat should be properly secured with a harness or belt.
Find information about traffic fines and offences in your state
If you don't pay a challan in Odisha, your vehicle registration may be suspended or your driving licence may be revoked. You may also be issued a warrant for your arrest.
The time limit to pay an e-challan in Odisha is 30 days from the date of issue.
Yes, you can contest or dispute a traffic challan in Odisha. You must file a written appeal with the traffic court within 30 days of the date of issue of the challan.
To pay a court challan in Odisha, you can either pay it in person at the court or you can pay it online using the Odisha Traffic Police website.
To check the fine traffic receipt issued by the Odisha police, you can use the Odisha Traffic Police website or you can call the Odisha Traffic Police helpline.
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