In spite of being the seventh most populous state in India, Rajasthan boasts of well-controlled traffic. This is due to well-maintained roads, and strict traffic norms. With the introduction of the Rajasthan e-challan, people can now opt to pay the same online.
In the state of Rajasthan, an e-challan can vary from Rs.1,000 to Rs.10,000, based on the extent and nature of the violation. If you wish to pay your e-challan, you can do so either on the official Rajasthan challan website or through the Parivahan website.
If you wish to check the status of your e-challan online, you can do so by visiting the Parivahan website.