Maharashtra E-Challan

Maharashtra E-Challan – How to Pay E-Challan in Mumbai: Check Status

The Maharashtra government has implemented an e-challan system for traffic violations. Under this system, traffic police officers will use hand-held devices to scan the registration number of vehicles and generate e-challans for violations. The e-challans will be sent to the violators’ registered mobile numbers. The violators can pay the fine online or at any authorized bank or post office.

The e-challan system is aimed at making the traffic enforcement process more efficient and transparent. It will also help to reduce corruption and improve road safety.

Maharashtra E-Challan 

Maharashtra E-Challan is an online system for issuing and paying traffic challans in the state of Maharashtra. The system was launched in 2017 and has been used to issue over 10 million challans since then.

Through Maharashtra Traffic Police Website – 

To pay an e-challan through the Maharashtra Traffic Police website, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Maharashtra Traffic Police website.
  2. Click on the “E-Challan” tab.
  3. Enter your vehicle number or challan number in the “Vehicle No.” or “Challan No.” field.
  4. Click on the “Submit” button.
  5. Enter your mobile number and click on the “Get OTP” button.
  6. Enter the OTP that is sent to your mobile number and click on the “Submit” button.
  7. Select the payment method and enter the payment details.
  8. Click on the “Pay” button to pay the challan.

A receipt will be generated once the payment is successful. You can save the receipt for future reference.

Here are some of the payment methods that you can use to pay an e-challan through the Maharashtra Traffic Police website:

  • Credit card
  • Debit card
  • Net banking
  • UPI
  • IMPS

You can also pay an e-challan through the Maharashtra Traffic Police mobile app. The app is available for both Android and iOS devices.

Here are some of the benefits of paying an e-challan:

  • You can pay your challan from anywhere, at any time.
  • You do not have to stand in long queues at the traffic police office.
  • You can pay your challan using a variety of payment methods.
  • You can get a receipt for your payment.

To pay an e-challan, you can use the following methods:

  • Online payment: You can pay your challan online using a credit card, debit card, or net banking.
  • USSD: You can pay your challan using USSD by following the instructions provided by your mobile service provider.
  • IMPS: You can pay your challan using IMPS by sending an IMPS request to the following IMPS ID:
mahatrafficechallan@icicibank.com
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