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Telangana (TS) and other states of the county have started issuing e-challans for anyone violating the traffic rules. According to the New Motor Vehicles Act of 2019, in TS, e-challans issued by traffic police can range from ₹1,000 to ₹20,000, based on the severity of the violation. 

 

You can pay the TS e-challan online through the official traffic police website or through the Parivahan platform. For offline payments of your TS e-challan, you will have to visit the police station in your vicinity. 

 

Read on to learn more about the TS traffic challan and the traffic rules of the state.

How to Check the TS E-challan Status

To know your e-challan status and carry out a TS e-challan check, follow these steps:

 

  • Visit the Parivahan website 

  • Provide the required details (registration no., challan no., etc)

  • In case no TS e-challans are issued, the screen will display a message that states the same

  • If you have a traffic challan in Telangana, you will be able to see them on the screen

How to Pay your Traffic Challan Online?

Follow the below steps to pay your TS challan online: 

 

  • Visit the official TS e-challan website - echallan.tspolice.gov.in

  • Enter the requested details

  • Answer a simple mathematical question and click on the ‘GO’ button

  • Check the outstanding TS e-challans

  • Choose your payment mode to pay the fine

How to Pay Telangana Traffic E-challan Through Parivahan?

Apart from the above-mentioned method, you can also pay the TS e-challan through the Parivahan website. The steps for that are:

 

  • Step 1: Visit https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/index/accused-challan

  • Step 2: Enter the details asked (TS e-challan no., registration no., licence no., etc)

  • Step 3: Submit the captcha code to get details

  • Step 4: Check TS e-challan details 

  • Step 5: Proceed to process the payment for the traffic fine.

 

Once you have successfully paid the TS e-challan, you will receive confirmation about the same. Save the intimation for future reference.

How to Pay TS E-challan Via Paytm

You can pay your e-challan online using the Paytm app or website. Here are the steps to pay e-challan using Paytm.

On Mobile Application:

  • Install and open the Paytm app

  • Click on ‘Recharge & Pay Bills’ and then choose ‘Challan’

  • Select the appropriate traffic authority

  • Enter the required details

  • Click on the ‘Proceed’ button and check the issues TS e-challan

  • Choose a preferable payment option and complete the transaction

On Paytm Website:

  • Step 1: Visit the ‘Challan Bill Payment’ tab on the official Paytm website.

  • Step 2: Select the appropriate traffic authority

  • Step 3: Enter necessary details 

  • Step 4: Click on the ‘Proceed’ button to check the challan amount.

  • Step 5: Choose any mode of payment and make the payment online.

Know the 12-point System of the Telangana Traffic Police

Here is the 12-point system of penalties instilled by the Telangana traffic police. If you exceed 12 penalty points under 2 years, your driving licence will be suspended for a year or more. Additionally, if you have a learner’s licence and have earned more than 5 penalty points, you will not be allowed to apply for a permanent licence. 

 

Here are the penalties and their subsequent number of points:

Penalties

Number of Points

More than one passenger and one driver in the front seat

1

Not wearing a helmet

1

Uninsured vehicle 

2

Passengers carried in goods vehicles

2

Driving on the wrong side

2

Driving while using your cell phone

2

Jumping signals

2

Excess load projection

2

Lane crossing

2

Over speeding

2

Driving on the wrong side

2

Driving a two-wheeler under the influence

3

Driving a four-wheeler under the influence

4

Driving a public vehicle under the influence

5

Racing on public roads

3

Driving or parking a vehicle that is causing pollution

2

Endangering the safety of people while driving on the highway

2

IPC 279/IPC 336/IPC 337/IPC 338 violations

2

304A and 304 (II) violations

5

Chain snatching when driving

5

Paying Traffic E-challan in Telangana Offline

Apart from the above methods, you can pay the issues TS e-challan offline. For which you can follow these steps:

 

  • Step 1: Take the copy of your TS e-challan to the nearest traffic police station.

  • Step 2: Approach the designated authorities responsible for the collection of traffic fines.

  • Step 3: Pay the penalty in cash. You can also request the authorities to check for pending fines (if any) and pay the same immediately.

Latest Traffic Violation Penalties in Telangana

You will find below a table that explains the penalties imposed on certain traffic violations committed on Telangana roads. 

Traffic Violation

Fine Imposed

Documents

Underage driving

₹500

Driving without a licence 

₹500

Driving without vehicle registration

₹2,000

Driving without a permit

RTO/Court

Driving with expired insurance

₹1,000

The Act of Driving

One-way road violation

₹200

Offences/violations committed in prohibited areas

₹200

Reckless driving

Court

To flee post-accident

Court

Not wearing a helmet

₹200

An unauthorised individual driving a vehicle

₹1,000

More than two people commuting on a two-wheeler

₹1,200

Driving into a no-entry road

₹200

U-turn violations

₹200

A physically or mentally challenged individual driving a vehicle

₹200

Driving an unsafe vehicle

Court

Unauthorised interference pertaining to vehicles

₹100

Driving on the wrong side

₹1,100

Road Marking

Lane violation

₹200

Stop-line Violation

₹200

Number Plate

Irregular number plate

₹200

Traffic Signal

Not stopping at the signal of traffic police

₹200

Jumping the signal

₹1000

Speeding and Overtaking

Driving when using the mobile phone

₹1,000

Speeding over limit

₹1,400

Driving under the influence

Court

Dangerous driving

₹1,000

 

Telangana Latest eChallan News

Telangana: 5 lakh challans worth ₹5 crore as penalties paid on day 1 of discounts

 

After three police commissioners in Telangana offered huge discounts on pending traffic challans between March 1-31, 2022, motorists in the state have rushed to clear their unpaid challans to avail these discounts. As per reports, around 5 lakh challans worth ₹5 crore as penalties were cleared on March 1. E-challan traffic inspector M Narsing Rao said that the number of challans paid crossed more than 1,000 per minute during peak hours. He also clarified that these discounted rates are for challans issued till February 28, 2022, and that they will not be applicable for challans issued after March 1, 2022.

- Mar 1, 2022

Hyderabad: Cops announce a significant relief on traffic challans

Here’s good news for Hyderabad motorists - you can avail a discount on challans accumulated for breaking traffic rules. The city’s 3 police commissioners–Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda–are providing huge discounts on pending traffic challans from March 1, 2022 to March 31, 2022. Two-wheeler owners and autos can get up to 75% off, whereas pushcarts and petty vendors can avail discounts up to 80%. On the other hand, LMVs, jeeps, and heavy vehicle owners are allowed an off up to 50%, and for RTC buses, it is 70%. You can visit the official Telangana e-challan website to avail this facility. This facility applies to only those who have been fined by the aforementioned 3 commissioners.

- February 23, 2022

Telangana Latest eChallan News

Telangana: 5 lakh challans worth ₹5 crore as penalties paid on day 1 of discounts

After three police commissioners in Telangana offered huge discounts on pending traffic challans between March 1-31, 2022, motorists in the state have rushed to clear their unpaid challans to avail these discounts. As per reports, around 5 lakh challans worth ₹5 crore as penalties were cleared on March 1. E-challan traffic inspector M Narsing Rao said that the number of challans paid crossed more than 1,000 per minute during peak hours. He also clarified that these discounted rates are for challans issued till February 28, 2022, and that they will not be applicable for challans issued after March 1, 2022.

- Mar 1, 2022


Hyderabad: Cops announce a significant relief on traffic challans

Here’s good news for Hyderabad motorists - you can avail a discount on challans accumulated for breaking traffic rules. The city’s 3 police commissioners–Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda–are providing huge discounts on pending traffic challans from March 1, 2022 to March 31, 2022. Two-wheeler owners and autos can get up to 75% off, whereas pushcarts and petty vendors can avail discounts up to 80%. On the other hand, LMVs, jeeps, and heavy vehicle owners are allowed an off up to 50%, and for RTC buses, it is 70%. You can visit the official Telangana e-challan website to avail this facility. This facility applies to only those who have been fined by the aforementioned 3 commissioners.

- February 23, 2022

FAQs on TS E-challan

Any person who exceeds 12 traffic penalty points in two years, their driving licence will be suspended for a minimum of one year.

Yes. In fact, learner’s licence holders who receive more than five penalty points in two years will not be allowed to apply for a permanent driving licence.  

You are liable to pay your Telangana traffic e challans within 60 days of issuance. Otherwise, your challan is sent to the court for further proceedings.

Yes. Riding without a helmet is a traffic rule violation against which the offender will be issued an e challan.

Yes. You can either visit the official Telangana traffic police website or utilise the Parivahan portal. Moreover, you can also pay e-challan Telangana via Paytm.

In Telangana, various basic rules are to be followed and a few of them are as follows:

  • Drive to the left

  • Follow the traffic signal

  • Carry all relevant documents

  • Keep your motor vehicle insurance updated

  • Abide by speed limits

The process is pretty easy and the steps are listed below for you to follow. 

  • Visit the e-challan portal

  • Submit your security code and vehicle’s number

  • Choose the TS Traffic challan you’d like to file a complaint for

  • Select ‘Report to Wrong’

  • Your challan will be fixed if a police officer finds your complaint to be a genuine one after verification

You can also contact Telangana police by making a call to 040-2785-2721.

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