Traffic Alert: Challan of Rs 15000 can be deducted, do not make this mistake in your car

Traffic rules have been tightened since the new Motor Vehicle Act came into force. New rules have been added, while on the other hand the provisions of fines have also been made strict. A warning has been issued by the traffic police regarding traffic rules.
After the implementation of the new Motor Vehicle Act in the country, the traffic rules have been tightened even more. On the one hand new rules have been added, while on the other hand the provisions of fines have also been made stricter. Traffic police also keeps issuing information and warnings to the people about new rules and regulations from time to time.

Meanwhile, a warning has been issued by the traffic police regarding traffic rules. It is going to cost you a lot to do this now. You may even end up in jail. In such a situation, we are advised to always follow the traffic rules.

Talking about the warning of the traffic police, the Uttar Pradesh Traffic Police said, “Do not consume intoxicants while driving or do not allow any of your passengers, it can be fatal. Follow the traffic rules/signs. Have a safe and enjoyable journey. Directorate of Traffic Uttar Pradesh. According to section 185 of the Motor Vehicles Act, you can be jailed for 10000 or 6 months for doing so for the first time and then if caught again doing such mistake, you can have to pay 2 years in jail and fine of 15000 rupees.

How to Check Challan Status

Many times we do not even know that our challan has been deducted online. We often get information about this through SMS. But many times we do not even know whether our challan has been deducted or not. If you don’t know how to find out. So by following the steps given below, you can know your E-Challan Status.

  • First of all you go to echallan.parivahan.gov.in website.
  • Now click on the option of Check Challan Status present on the website.
  • You will see the options of Challan Number, Vehicle Number and Driving License Number (DL) on the screen
  • Here you have to click on the vehicle number option
  • Now you have to enter the registration number of your vehicle here
  • After that you have to fill the captcha code
  • After this you have to click on the option of ‘Get Detail’
  • After this you will know whether your challan is deducted or not

View list of traffic rules

Crime first challan or fine now challan or fine
General (177) 100 rupees 500 rupees
Violation of Red Regulation Rule (177A) 100 rupees 500 rupees
Disobedience to order of authority (179) 500 rupees 2000 Rs
Driving an unauthorized vehicle without a license (180) 1000 Rs 5000 rupees
Driving despite disqualification (182) 500 rupees 10000 rupees
Driving without a license (181) 500 Rs 5000 rupees
Over Size Vehicle (182B) 5000 rupees
over speeding (183) 400 rupees 1000 rupees
Dangerous driving(184) 1000 rupees 5000 rupees
drunken driving (185) 2000 Rs 10000 rupees
Racing & Speeding (189) 500 rupees 5000 rupees
Overloading (194) Rs.2000 and Rs.10,000 extra per tonne 20 thousand rupees and 2 thousand rupees per ton
Seat Belt (194B) 100 rupees 1000 rupees
Driving without a permit (192A) up to 5 thousand rupees up to 10 thousand rupees
Violation of License Condition (193) Just nothing 25 thousand to 1 lakh rupees
Overloading of Passenger (194A) Just nothing 1000 rupees per passenger
overloading on two wheeler 100 rupees 2 thousand rupees and license canceled for three months
not wearing a helmet 100 rupees 1000 rupees and license canceled for three months
Failure to give way to an emergency vehicle (194E) Just nothing      10000 rupees
Driving without insurance (196) 1000 rupees 2000 rupees
Power of officers to attach documents (206)  Just nothing Driving license under 183,184,185,189,190,194c,194D 194E will be canceled
Offenses committed by enforcing officers (210B) Just nothing

Penalty twice under relevant section