West Bengal Traffic Police Challan

West Bengal Traffic Police Challan Rates List 2023– RTO Fine

In India, it is mandatory to follow rules of the road regulation whether you ride a bike, drive a car, truck, or a commercial vehicle. Following road safety rules and regulations, which is in effect since 1989, ensures you have a safe drive and helps avoid inviting a traffic challan. The transport department of West Bengal enforces the updated Motor Vehicles Act, 2019, with the effect of revised penalty rates. 

Being aware of the traffic rules will ensure a safer experience on the road for all. Drivers/riders must carry mandatory documents such as a driving license, PUC certificate, registration certificate (RC), and insurance at all times. Defaulters caught violating traffic rules and unable to show any of these documents will be issued a challan by the West Bengal traffic police. Therefore, it is in everyone’s best interest to follow the traffic rules.

Check out the West Bengal traffic challan rates list 2022 as per 24th January 2022 of Transport Department, Govt. of West Bengal:

Offense Penalty (in INR)
Driving without a seat belt 1000
Triple riding on two-vehicle 1000
Driving without helmet 1000
Carrying excess luggage For the first offence:500
For repeat offense: 1500
Driving without a number plate For the first offense: 500
For repeat offense: 1500
Parking in ‘no parking zone For the first offense: 500
For repeat offense: 1500
Minor driving vehicle 25000
Disobey of traffic signals For first offence:5000
For repeat offense: 10000
Dangerous/rash driving For the first offense: 5000
For repeat offense: 10000
Using a mobile phone while driving For the first offense: 5000
For repeat offense: 10000
Drunken driving 10000
Driving vehicle without registration 2000
Driving uninsured vehicle 2000
Violation of road regulations 1000
Over-speeding For Light motor vehicle (LMV): 1000
For Medium passenger goods vehicle: 2000
Carrying explosive/inflammable substances 10000
Not giving passage to emergency vehicles 10000
Driving when mentally or physically unfit to drive For the first offense: 1000
For repeat offense: 2000
Racing For the first offense: 5000
For repeat offense: 10000
Disqualified person driving a vehicle 10000
Driving a vehicle registered in another state for more than 12 months For the first offense: 500
For repeat offense: 1500
Failure to intimate change of the address of vehicle owner For the first offense: 500
For repeat offense: 1500
Driving without a valid driving license 5000
Driving without insurance 2000
Overloading 2000

What happens if the traffic challan is not paid in West Bengal?

The West Bengal traffic police department has defined various traffic rules and regulations to prevent traffic violations. The e-challan system in West Bengal is one of the effective ways to ensure a smooth and secure flow of traffic in the city. Only the West Bengal Traffic Police and Kolkata Traffic Police are authorized for imposing and collecting e-challan fines.

An e-challan imposed in the state needs to be paid within 60 days from the date of its issuance. Failing to pay the fine in a specified period of time may result in a court hearing. And, not showing up in the court hearing can escalate the matter, leading to the suspension of your driving license.

Check Challan List of Other States

State NameChallan List
Arunachal PradeshClick here
Uttar PradeshClick here
AssamClick here
BiharClick here
ChhattisgarhClick here
GoaClick here
GujaratClick here
HaryanaClick here
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KarnatakaClick here
KeralaClick here
Madhya PradeshClick here
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MizoramClick here
NagalandClick here
OdishaClick here
PunjabClick here
RajasthanClick here
SikkimClick here
Tamil NaduClick here
TelanganaClick here
TripuraClick here
UttarakhandClick here
West BengalClick here
Andaman and Nicobar IslandsClick here
ChandigarhClick here
Daman & DiuClick here
Jammu KashmirClick here
LadakhClick here
LakshadweepClick here
PuducherryClick here

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