Uttarakhand UK Traffic e-Challan – Check & Pay Online

To pay Uttarakhand UK traffic challan online, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Visit the official website of Uttarakhand Traffic Police at https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/accused-challan
  2. Enter the required details such as Challan number, vehicle number, or driving license number.
  3. Click on the “Get Detail” button to fetch the details of the challan.
  4. Once you have checked the details, click on the “Pay Now” button.
  5. Choose your preferred mode of payment such as credit card, debit card, net banking, or UPI.
  6. Enter your payment details and click on the “Pay Now” button.
  7. Once the payment is successful, you will receive a confirmation message along with the receipt.

It is important to note that if you do not pay the challan on time, you may be charged additional penalties or even face legal action. Therefore, it is advisable to pay the challan online as soon as possible to avoid any further consequences.

Here is a complete list of Uttarakhand Traffic Challan Rates 2024 with some of the new/updated fines:

OffensePenalty (in Rs)
Driving without a number plateFirst offence:1000
Subsequent offence: 5000
Driving without helmet1000 + suspension of license for 3 months
Violation of general traffic rules2000
Not disclosing information/Sharing false information2000
Dangerous/rash drivingFirst offence:1000
Subsequent offence: 5000
Using mobile phones while drivingFirst offence:2500
Subsequent offence: 5000
Driving while physically/mentally unfitFirst offence:500
Subsequent offence: 1500
Driving without seat-belt1000
Triple riding (on two-wheelers)First offence:1000
Subsequent offence: 5000
An unauthorized person driving the vehicle2500
A minor person driving the vehicle2500
Driving without license2500
Driving with a suspended license5000
Driving a vehicle without insurance5000
Violation of standards of noise and air pollutionA child in the vehicle without a safety belt
Blocking emergency vehicles5000
A child in the vehicle without a safety beltFor Two-wheelers:
First offence:1000, Second offence: 2000
For four-wheelers:
First offence:2000, Second offence: 4000

Vehicles lacking safety equipment
Non-compliance with guidelines while selling vehicles50,000
OverloadingFor light motor vehicles:2000 + 2000 for every extra tonne
For heavy motor vehicles:5000 + 2000 for every extra tonne
For vehicles that are not weighed20,000
Child in the vehicle without a safety belt200

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