Haryana Traffic Police Challan Rates List

The Haryana traffic police challan is a payment that individuals have to pay if they break any traffic rule issued by the Traffic Department of Haryana. In case of any violation of the Haryana Traffic rules, the traffic police can issue a traffic challan. If you get caught contravening any traffic rule on the camera installed on the signals as well as at the side of the roads then the Haryana traffic police will send you an e-challan and you will have to pay it online.

Some of the offenses that may get you a traffic challan include no parking, two-wheeler tripling, helmet challan, bullet silencer challan in Haryana, and how to pay traffic police e-challan.

Here take a look at the Haryana traffic challan rates list 2023 inclusive of all possible violations and their related fines or penalties:

S.No. Name of Offence Section No Regular Fine Subsequent
1 Driving- w/o Driving Licence 3/181 5000.00 5000.00
2 Driving with DL expired/ DL not specific 3/181 5000.00 5000.00
3 Under age Driver w/oDL 4/181 5000.00 5000.00
4 Allowing unauthorized person to drive veh. 5/180 5000.00 5000.00
5 Holding more than one DL 6/177 500.00 1500.00
6 Learner driving w/o instructor with DL r.3(1) B/ 177 500.00 1500.00
7 Learner driving w/o displaying L Plates r.3(1)/ 177 5000.00 5000.00
8 W/o Registration Certificate 39/192(1) 5000.00 10000.00
9 Road Tax not paid 177 500.00 1500.00
10 Plying transport vehicle w/o Fitness 56/192 (I) 10000.00 10000.00
11 Plying transport vehicle w/o /expired Permit 66/192A (I) Court Court
12 Tractor – Trolley put to non agricultural commercial use 66/s.192A 10000.00 10000.00
13 W/o Expired Third Party Insurance 146/196 2000.00 4000.00
14 Failure to report change of address within prescribed period 47(5) / 177 500.00 1500.00
15 Failure to report transfer of vehicle ownership within prescribed period 50 (3)/177 500.00 1500.00
16 Violating air pollution stds 115 (I) & 116/S.190(2) 10000.00 10000.00
17 Load projection violation 190 (2) 10000.00 10000.00
18 Over loading 113 (3)/ 194(1) Court Court
19 Carrying more than seating capacity on RC 177 500.00 1500.00
20 TSR/Taxi driver not adopting shortest route for journey/refusing to undertake or complete journey/charging w/o fair meter 177 500.00 1500.00
21 Carrying person/travelling on running board/top of Bonnet/Outside the body of vehicle 123/177 500.00 1500.00
22 Obstruction of control of driver by passanger sitting/standing/placing any thing in front 125/177 500.00 1500.00
23 Violation of no-entry u/s 115 115/194 Court Court
24 Carrying explosive/inflammable/dangerous/substance likley to cause damage/injury to vehcile/passangers/public property 177 500.00 1500.00
25 Violation of Rules for Carriage of Dangerous/Hazardous Goods 190 (3) 10000.00 20000.00
26 Dangerous driving/abetment 184/188 5000.00 10000.00
27 Dangerous mobile phone use while driving 184 5000.00 10000.00
28 Driving fast/slower than national/local max/min speed limits/abetment 112/183/188 2000.00 2000.00
29 Drunken driving/abetment 185/188 Court Court
30 Driver mentally/physically unfit 186/188 1000.00 2000.00
31 Disobeying Police Orders 179 2000.00 2000.00
32 Disobeying signal of police officer regulating traffic 22 (a)/ 177 5000.00 10000.00
33 Failure to stop vehicle involved in accident on directions by SI or above in uniform 132(1)(a)/ 179 2000.00 2000.00
34 Violation of mandatory road signs 119/177 5000.00 10000.00
35 Violation of road making reg. 18, reg. 500.00 1500.00
36 Violation of Automation Traffic Control Signal Red light or Yellow(amber) light violation reg. 22/177 5000.00 10000.00
37 Reversing more than necessary for turning/in a manner causing danger/inconvenience reg.31/ 177 500.00 1500.00
38 Driving m.vehicle on cycle track/footpath reg.11/ 177 500.00 1500.00
39 Front and rear light not switched on while driving from 1/2 hour after sunset till 1/2 hour before sunrise or whenever there is unsufficient light r.105(1)/ 177 500.00 1500.00
40 Failing to lower headlight beam 177 500.00 1500.00
41 Overtaking Violations r.4-7/ 177 5000.00 10000.00
42 Dangerous U-turn/where U-turn prohibited/ W/o proper signal reg.12/ 177 500.00 1500.00
43 Wrong Side Driving/Entry/Turn/Crossing divided road/central verge where no proper crossing provided 177 500.00 1500.00
44 Failing to yiend right-of-way reg.8-11,25/ 177 500.00 1500.00
45 Lane change w/o signal/zigzag driving reg.18/ 177 500.00 1500.00
46 Failure to make prescribed signal reg.13,14/177 500.00 1500.00
47 Abrupt brake w/o suficient reason reg.24/ 177 500.00 1500.00
48 Failure to keep safe distance reg.23/ 177 500.00 1500.00
49 Wrong parking causing danger/obstruction/undue inconcenience reg.15/ 122/177 500.00 1500.00
50 Removed by Towing 122/177/127 500.00 1500.00
51 Obstructing flow of traffic by failing to remove disabled vehicle for _____Hrs 201 Court Court
52 Unattended Vehicle with engine running 126/177 500.00 1500.00
53 Driver w/o helmet or Turban/Helmet not fastened/not of BIS Standards 129/177 1000.00 1000.00
54 Pillion Rider w/o Helmet 129/177 1000.00 1000.00
55 Triple Riding on 2-Wheeler 128(1)/ 177 1000.00 1000.00
56 M/Cycle w/o rear-wheel-guard/permanent hand grip/footrest for pillon rider r.123/ 177 500.00 1500.00
57 Unauthorized use of red/blue beacon light r.108/177 500.00 1500.00
58 Use of dark tinted film/window glasses r.100(2)/ 190(2) 10000.00 10000.00
59 Unauthorised use of spot light/search light/dazzling light/ unnecssary use of fog light r.111/ 177 500.00 1500.00
60 Smoking while driving 177 500.00 1500.00
61 Blowing pressure horn/multi tonned horn r.119/ 190(2) 10000.00 10000.00
62 Blowing horn needlessly /continuously or in silence zone reg.21(i) (ii)/ 190(2) 1000.00 2000.00
63 Silencer non-functional/vehicle creating undue noise/playing music at high pitch reg.21/ r.120/ 190 (2) 10000.00 10000.00
64 Failure to keep mandatory accessories r.138(4)/ 177 500.00 1500.00
65 Vehicle w/o Fire Exitinguisher 177 500.00 1500.00
66 Driver not using seat belt r.138 (3)/ 177 1000.00 1000.00
67 Front passanger w/o seat belt r.138 (3)/ 177 1000.00 1000.00
68 W/o prescribed reflex reflectors r.104/ 104A/ 190(2) 500.00 1500.00
69 Driving W/o Number Plate 39/192(1) 500.00 1500.00
70 Number Plate not according to pattern/not legible/obscured reg.16/ 177 500.00 1500.00
71 Unauthorized post-registeration alteration of vehicle engine/basic structure 52/192 500.00 1500.00
72 Using defective vehicle dangerous for others 190(2) 10000.00 10000.00
73 Towing for reason other than delivery/repair at workshop of disabled vehicle reg.20(1)/ 177 500.00 1500.00
74 Improper towing of disabled vehicle reg.20/ 177 500.00 1500.00
75 School Bus violating direction of Hon’ble High Court 177 500.00 1500.00
76 Non providing of smooth passage to the ambulance while carrying the patient 10000.00 10000.00
77 Carrying goods on passenger vehicle 2000.00 5000.00
78 Run away from the spot 500.00 1500.00
79 Driving HMV/MMV passangers with excess speed 4000.00 4000.00
80 Carrying children below 14 years without safety belt/child restraint system 1000.00 1000.00
81 Release of exhaust gas other then sylencer 1000.00 2000.00
82 Unauthorized interference with vehicles 1000.00 1000.00
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Driving without a Driving License/expired License

In accordance with the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, driving with an expired license is the same crime as driving without a license. It is a serious traffic violation and a punishable offense under Section 177 of the Act. As per new traffic rules effective from September 2019, the penalty for driving without a license or an expired license would incur a fine of ₹5000 (earlier, it was only ₹500). In addition to the fine, the defaulter may face imprisonment for up to 3 months. However, the penalty charges may vary from state to state.

Failure to produce a Driving License

Driving with a valid Driving License on Indian roads is a mandatory requirement, as per the Motor Vehicles Act. A police officer (in uniform), by law, is allowed to demand a driving license. And it is mandatory to present/produce a driver’s license when asked. If you fail to do so, you will be liable guilty of an offense and will get a fine of ₹500 and ₹1000 (for the second time).

An unauthorized person driving the vehicle

As per Section 180 of the Motor Vehicles Act, allowing an unauthorized person to drive vehicles is illegal in India. In case a vehicle owner or person in charge permits any other unauthorized individual (who does not satisfy the provisions of Section 3 or Section 4) to drive the vehicle shall be liable for a fine of ₹5000 or imprisonment up to 3 months or both.

Learner driving without displaying L Plates

As per the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988, an Indian citizen cannot drive a vehicle on a public road without having a valid driving license. However, if you are just starting to learn to drive, it is compulsory to get a valid Learner’s License (LLR) to practice on roads under the supervision of a permanent driving license holder. A learner license holder must display a red color L-symbol/sticker on a vehicle that should be visible from a distance. Failing to do so will invite a fine of ₹500.

Driving without/Expired Registration Certificate (two-Wheelers)

In India, it is mandatory to register your vehicle before driving them on public roads. Once registered, you will receive a Registration Certificate (RC), which is compulsory to carry at all times while riding your vehicle. According to the Motor Vehicle Act 1988, one should not ride a two-wheeler vehicle on public roads without a valid Registration Certificate or an expired RC. If you get caught riding a motor vehicle without/expired RC, you can be penalized with a fine of ₹3000 for the first offense and ₹5000 for the subsequent offense.

Driving without/Expired Registration Certificate (Other vehicles)

Registering your vehicle is mandatory before driving them on public roads. Upon registering, you will receive a Registration Certificate (RC), which is required to carry, at all times while driving your vehicle. According to the Motor Vehicle Act 1988, one should not drive on public roads without a valid Registration Certificate or an expired RC. If you get caught driving a vehicle without/expired RC, you will be charged with a fine of ₹5000 for the first offense and ₹10,000 for the subsequent offense. There are a few exceptions to this, however, one must inform their Regional Transport Authority (RTA) within seven days of the reason for which you need to use a vehicle. Otherwise, you’ll be fined.

Road Tax not paid

According to section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, paying road tax is mandatory for vehicle owners (both two and four-wheelers) in India. Road tax, also known Life time tax, is collected at the time of purchasing or registering a new vehicle. However, different states have different methods to pay for road tax; it is either paid quarterly, annually or all at once. Road taxes are to be paid either online or offline at the Regional Transport Office (RTO). If a vehicle owner fails to pay road tax, he or she has to pay a fine of ₹500. In some cases, your vehicle papers (copy of RC book) might get seized if you are caught driving a vehicle without paying Road Tax.

Driving a transport vehicle without a Fitness Certificate

To ensure a vehicle is fit for the public roads, every transport vehicle must possess a valid vehicle fitness certificate (FC) issued by a Transport Department. A fitness certificate ensures that your vehicle is in excellent condition and that it is not a contributor to pollution (via motor vehicle emissions). In accordance with the Motor Vehicle Act, section 56, a transport vehicle is not deemed to be valid unless it carries a Fitness Certificate. The drivers or owners operating transport vehicles without a valid fitness certificate will be imposed a fine of ₹5000 for the first offense and ₹10,000 for the second or subsequent offense. In addition to the penalty, vehicle owners or drivers can even be sent to prison.

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Driving a transport vehicle without Permit

Section 66 with Section 192 A of the Motor Vehicle Act states that plying a transport vehicle without/an expired permit is a punishable offense. Whoever finds plying a transport vehicle without the permit required by sub-section (1) of section 66 shall be punishable with a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees and for any subsequent offense with imprisonment, which may extend to one year or with both. There are few exceptions to this (vehicle in an emergency for the carriage of persons suffering from injury or sickness or for the transport of food, materials for repair, or materials to relieve distress or of medical supplies), however, one must inform their Regional Transport Authority (RTA) within seven days of the reason for which you need to use a vehicle, otherwise, you’ll be fined.

Carrying excess passengers

As per the Motor Vehicle Act, Section 194A, driving a transport vehicle carrying more passengers than is authorized in the registration certificate of the particular vehicle shall be punishable with a penalty of ₹200 per excess passenger. Such vehicles shall not be allowed to move before the extra passengers are off the vehicle, and an alternate vehicle is arranged for them.

Driving without/expired insurance

A motor insurance policy is a type of security that helps to provide coverage for the losses that happened, either to you or the third parties who suffered in an accident. In accordance with the new Motor Vehicle Act 2019, Under Section 81, it is illegal to drive a vehicle without/ an expired insurance policy. The Government of India has made third-party coverage mandatory for all motor vehicles to drive legally on public roads. Driving without an insurance policy amounts to a fine of ₹2000 for the first offense, whereas ₹4,000 for a second or any other subsequent offense, and/or imprisonment of up to 3 months. The fine levied for driving without/expired insurance is the same for all types of vehicles- two-wheelers, four-wheelers, and commercial vehicles.

Failure to report a change of address within the prescribed period

If a vehicle owner changes his residential/commercial address mentioned in the RC, she or she shall is obligated to report his new address within thirty days. As per Section 49(2)/177 of the Motor Vehicle Act, if the owner fails to register his new address to the concerned authority within the period specified, he shall be imposed with a fine of ₹500 for the first offense and ₹1000 for a second or any other subsequent offense.

Violating air pollution standards

Section 190 (2) of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988, states that any person who drives a vehicle, which violates the air pollution standards shall be punishable. The defaulter would have to incur a fine of ₹2000 for the first offense and ₹5000 for any second or subsequent offense. In addition to the fine, drivers or vehicle owners shall be disqualified for holding a license for three months.


In India, driving a car exceeding the permissible limit is a punishable offense. Section 194 (IA) of the Motor Vehicle Act states that anyone caught driving a vehicle extending load beyond the limits shall be punishable with a fine of ₹20000 and an additional amount of ₹2000 per tonne of surplus weight along with the liability to pay charges for off-loading of the excess load.

Failure to provide passage to emergency vehicles- Fire Service Vehicle/Ambulance

Under Section 194 E of the Motor Vehicle Act, failure to allow free passage to emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire service vehicles, etc. is a punishable offense. Anyone caught while driving a motor vehicle fails to not give way on the approach of an emergency vehicle specified by the State Government shall be punishable with a fine of ₹10000 and/or imprisonment for up to six months.

Use of mobile phone while driving

Overspeeding, drunk driving, and using a mobile phone while driving vehicles account for the majority of road accidents that happen in the country. As per the notification issued by the Road Transport Ministry, using a mobile phone while driving is a punishable offense. However, drivers can only use mobile phones for navigation purposes. Section 184/188 of the Motor Vehicles Act, the use of hand-held devices while driving attracts a fine of up to ₹2000 and ₹10000 (if caught violating the rule within three years of the first offense). In addition to the fine defaulter may also face imprisonment for up to one year.


According to recent data, it is highlighted that the main cause of the majority of accidents leading to death happens because of over-speeding. To keep the interest of public safety, it is necessary to limit the speed of motor vehicles. Section 112 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 states that no person shall drive a motor vehicle at a speed exceeding the reasonable limit, having regard for the traffic and the safe use of the street or highway. Overspeeding in India is a punishable offense and attracts a fine of ₹1000 for two-wheeler/LMVs and ₹2000 for Medium/Heavy Goods/Passenger vehicles.

Driver mentally/ physically unfit

Driving when mentally or physically unfit to drive is a punishable offense. As per section 186 of the Motor Vehicles Act, any person who drives a motor vehicle in any public place when he is to his knowledge, suffering from any mental disease or physical disability figured to cause his driving of the vehicle to be a source of danger to the public shall be punishable for the first offense with a fine of a ₹500 and for a second or subsequent offense with fine which may extend to ₹1000.

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Violation of mandatory road signs

In India, it is compulsory to follow road signs such as No Entry, One-way entry, Give way, no left turn, no right turn, no overtaking, etc. Violation of mandatory signs may jeopardize your and others’ safety and also invites disciplinary action. Therefore, to avoid this situation, one must comply with all the rules and regulations implemented by the Government of India. In accordance with section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act, contravening road safety signs is considered a criminal offense and shall be punishable for the first offense with a fine of ₹500 and for a second or subsequent offense with a fine which may extend to ₹1000.

Disobeying Police Orders

According to the Motor Vehicles Act, section 119/177, disobeying the signal of an on-duty Police officer regulating traffic is considered a criminal offense. It shall be illegal for any person to refuse to comply with any lawful order, signal, or direction of a police officer in the control of authorized vehicular traffic. Defying traffic police orders shall attract a fine of a ₹500 for the first offense and ₹1000 for a second or subsequent offense.

Racing and Trails of Speed

Section 189 of the Motor Vehicles Act prohibits racing and trails of speed. Any person without the written consent of the State Government takes part in a race or trial of the speed of any kind in any public place shall be punishable with imprisonment for up to three months, or with a fine of ₹5000, or with both and for a subsequent offense shall be punishable with imprisonment for a period which may extend to one year, or with a fine of ₹10000; or with both.

Wrong Parking

Incorrect parking (Parking where prohibited/ cycle track/ on the footpath /main road carrying fast traffic) of a vehicle in a public space can likely cause danger, obstruction, or undue inconvenience to others. According to Section 122/177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, leaving/parking a vehicle in the wrong position is punishable by law. Transgression of the act attracts a fine of ₹500 for the first violation and ₹1000 for a second or subsequent violation.

Driving without helmet

Section 194D of the Motor Vehicle Act states that not wearing protective headgear/helmet while riding on a motorcycle is felonious. Any person who gets caught riding a motorcycle in contravention of the provisions or the rules or regulations made thereunder shall be penalized with a fine of one thousand rupees, along with a suspension of license for three months.

Triple Riding on 2-Wheeler

Overloading a pillion rider on a two-wheeler is a violation of safety measures and accounts for a serious criminal offense. Under section 194C of the Motor Vehicles Act, anyone who drives a motorcycle or causes or allows a vehicle to be driven in breach of the provisions of section 128/(I) or the rules or regulations made thereunder shall be punishable with a fine of ₹1000 and he shall be disqualified for holding a license for 90 days.

Honking unnecessarily

In India, section 194F of the Motor Vehicles Act states that a driver shouldn’t blow the horn needlessly or continuously. Not only it adds to the noise pollution, but blowing horns unnecessarily causes a traffic jam and distracts others using public roads. The only legal use of “Honking” is related to safety (for example, to direct others to give way to emergency vehicles). Unnecessary use of a horn while driving a motor vehicle, honking needlessly in an area with a traffic sign prohibiting the use of a horn shall be punishable with a fine of ₹1000 and for a second or subsequent offense with a fine of ₹2000.

Driving without seat-belt

Not wearing a seat belt while driving a car is a serious traffic rule violation and is illegal in India. The new Motor Vehicles Act, 2019 under section 194B (1) states that anyone driving a motor vehicle without wearing a safety belt or carrying passengers in the front seat not wearing seat belts shall be punishable with a fine of ₹1000 (earlier it was ₹100). Along with the fine, traffic police can also seize the vehicle or suspend a driving license. To keep your safety in mind and avoid the penalty, ensure you and the person in your front passenger seat are always wearing seatbelts.

Children below 14 Yrs. not secured by safety Belt/Child Restraint System

Under section 194B of the Motor Vehicles Act, anyone who drives a motor vehicle or allows a motor vehicle to be operated by a child who has not completed the age of fourteen years, and is not secured by a safety belt or a child restraint system shall be punishable with a fine of ₹1000. To avoid getting penalized, one must use child seats, safety belts, or a child restraint system while driving motor vehicles.

Offenses by Juvenile

Any offense committed under section 199A of the Motor Vehicle Act by a juvenile, the guardian of such juvenile, or the owner of the motor vehicle shall be deemed to be guilty and liable to be penalized accordingly. In addition to the penalty charges, such guardian or owner shall also be punishable with imprisonment for up to three years, along with a fine of ₹25,000. In some cases, the registration of the vehicle used in the commission of the offense shall be canceled for a year. Also, such juveniles shall not be eligible to be granted a driving license until they have attained the age of twenty-five years.

However, the provisions of the act shall not apply to the guardian or owner if the juvenile committing the offense had been granted a learner’s license (LL) or a driving license.

What happens if the traffic challan is not paid in Haryana?

Haryana, being one of the fasted growing states in the country experiences huge traffic volume on daily basis. To streamline the process of imposing penalties for traffic rules violations, the Haryana Traffic e-challan is an efficient and time-saving mechanism. In Haryana, if you violate traffic rules and regulations, you will be issued with an e-challan, which can be paid either offline (by visiting the nearest RTO or Traffic Police office) or through online modes by using the Haryana Traffic police website

If the traffic law offenders in Haryana don’t pay their e-challan on time (within 60 days of its issuing date), he/she will be visited by a traffic police/police constable for the collection of fines. In case the fine is not paid during the home visit, the offender will be issued a court summons. Failure to appear in a court hearing would lead to the suspension of the defaulter’s driving license.

In case a driver’s license is seized in an on-the-spot challan, then also the defaulter has to appear in court to get it and make the challan settlement.

Check Challan List of Other States

State NameChallan List
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AssamClick here
BiharClick here
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PuducherryClick here

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