KMAT and Other Exam News

Last updated on August 3rd, 2022 at 07:07 pm

As the number of vehicles in Karnataka has increased significantly, so has the number of traffic violations and road accidents. As a result, new traffic fines will be implemented in the city on September 1st, 2019 to ensure that traffic rules are followed correctly and to reduce the number of cases of traffic violations. If the Karnataka police find someone breaking the rules, they will be issued an e-challan Karnataka, and they will have a certain amount of time to pay their fines. 

Check 15 August Independence Day Speech in English Here!

Continue reading to learn about how to check and pay Karnataka traffic fines in detail.

How to Check Traffic e-challan Karnataka Status Online?

If you want to check the status of your Karnataka traffic e-challan, there are two options:

Parivahan portalKarnataka traffic website
Step 1: Navigate to the Parivahan website and select the ‘Check Online Services option.
Step 2: On this page, click the ‘Check Challan Status’ button.
Step 3: Input your challan or vehicle number.
Step 4: The status of your challan will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: If there are no pending challans, a message stating ‘No Challan Found’ will appear.
Step 1: Navigate to the Karnataka Police Department’s website
Step 2: On this page, select the ‘Traffic Violation Fine Payment’ option.
Step 3: Enter your challan information or vehicle number
Step 4: The status of your e-challan will be displayed on the website.
Step 5: You can also pay your e-challan instantly using online payment methods.

Check your E-Challan Jharkhand status here!

Karnataka traffic E-Challan payment Online and Offline?

Continue reading to know about the steps of making Karnataka e-challan payment using your preferred mode of payment.

How do I pay my e-challan Karnataka online?

To make things easier and faster, the Government of India has launched an online payment system for Karnataka traffic police challans.Here’s how to pay your Karnataka traffic e-challan online. You can pay your e-challan online either through the Parivahan website or through the Karnataka Transport official website.

Using the Parivahan website:

You can also pay your Karnataka traffic e-challan using the Government of India’s official e-challan website, Parivahan.

Step 1: Go to the Parivahan official website.

Step 2: Scroll down and select the ‘Get Challan Details’ option, which is located beneath the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 3: Enter the challan, vehicle, or driver’s license number.

Step 4: From the page’s list of e-challans, select the pending e-challans issued by the Karnataka traffic police.

Step 5: After successfully paying the e-challan online in Karnataka, you will receive a confirmation receipt.

Using the official web portal of the Karnataka Government:

Pay fines using the Karnataka official state website using the steps outlined below:

Step 1: Go to the Karnataka Police Department’s website

Step 2: On this page, select the ‘Traffic Violation Fine Payment’ option.

Step 3: Log in with your existing credentials or create a new account.

Step 4: Enter your e-challan or vehicle identification number.

Step 5: Your challan information will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Complete the online payment for the challan.

How to pay e-challan Karnataka Offline?

There are two options for paying a Karnataka traffic police e-challan offline:

  • You can pay your traffic fine in cash to a traffic officer using an e-challan machine.
  • Alternatively, you can go to any traffic police station in your city with your driving licence, address and identity proof, and letter for a traffic violation to pay your fine.

Karnataka Traffic Fine List 2022

Continue reading to find out about the different fine rates, your e-challan status, and how to make an e-challan payment in Karnataka. The following is a revised list of penalties and fines as implemented by the Karnataka Traffic Police, for which a traffic e-challan Karnataka will be issued for a violation.

OffensePenalty (in Rs)
Driving without licenseTwo-wheeler: ₹ 1,000
Four-Wheelers or Light Motor Vehicle (LMV): ₹ 2,000
Others: ₹ 5,000
Driving an unregistered vehicleTwo-wheeler: ₹ 2,000
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 3,000
Others: ₹ 5,000
Over-speedingTwo-three-wheelers,
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 1,000
Others: ₹ 2,000
Using a mobile phone while drivingTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 1,500
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 3,000
Others: ₹5,000
After 1st offense: ₹ 10,000
Driving without a number plateTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 2,000Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 3,000Others: ₹ 5,000
Driving with a disqualified license₹ 10,000
Driving rashly/dangerouslyTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 1,500
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 3,000
Others: ₹ 5,000
After 1st offense: ₹ 10,000
Driving without insuranceTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 1000
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 2000
Others: ₹ 4,000
Driving without helmet₹ 500
Driving without seatbelt₹ 500
Blocking emergency vehicles₹ 1,000
Blowing horn in the silent zoneTwo-three-wheelers: 500
Others: ₹ 1,000
Unauthorized interference with vehicle₹ 1,000
Unauthorized people driving the vehicleTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 1,000
Four-wheelers or LMV: ₹ 2,000
Others: ₹ 5,000
Driving when unfit mentally or physically1st offense: ₹ 1,000
Subsequent offenses: ₹ 2,000
Drunken Driving1st offence: ₹ 10,000 with or without a prison sentence of 6 months. Repeat offense: ₹ 15,000 with or without prison sentence of 2 years
Racing1st offense: ₹ 5,000
Subsequent offense: ₹ 10,000
Offenses Relating to Maintenance, Constructions, Sale, and Alteration of Motor Vehicles₹ 100,000 per motor vehicle
₹ 100,000 per component
₹ 5,000 per alteration
Driving without a permit1st instance: ₹ 5,000
Subsequent instance: ₹10,000
Carrying excess passengers200 per excess passenger
Violation of safety measures for motorcycle and pillion riders₹ 500
A registered vehicle being driven by a minor₹ 25,000 along with 3 years of a prison sentence; Deregistration of vehicle for 1 year; Minor debarred from acquiring a driving license before the age of 25 years
Disobedience of orders₹ 1,000
Violation of emission standardsTwo-three-wheelers: 1,500
Others: ₹ 3,000
Violation of noise pollution standardTwo-three-wheelers: 1,500
Others: ₹ 3,000
Overloading₹ 5,000+ ₹ 2,000 for every additional tonnage
Driving in an unsafe conditionTwo-three-wheelers: ₹ 1,500
Others: ₹ 3,000

Traffic violations are very common in India, and if a person is a frequent traveler/driver, there is a good chance that he/she has broken one or more traffic rules at some point. If you have been fined with an e-challan Karnataka, you can use the information provided above to pay the challan. We hope you found this article on e-challan Karnataka useful. 

Traffic e-challan Karnataka FAQs

Can I pay the fine in person even if the challan was generated online?

Yes, you can pay your e-challan offline at any of the city’s traffic police stations.

What are the essential documents to carry while driving to avoid traffic fines?

A vehicle registration certificate, driving license, insurance certificate, pollution control certificate, and other important documents should be carried with you while driving.

What can I do in Karnataka to avoid receiving an e-challan for traffic violations?

If you do not want to receive an e-challan, make sure you follow all traffic laws and regulations and carry all necessary documentation with you at all times while driving.

In Karnataka, what is the penalty for speeding?

In Karnataka, speeding fines are Rs. 1000 for Two-three-wheelers, Four-wheelers or LMV, and Rs. 2,000 for others.

Can I pay my Karnataka e-challan through the Parivahan portal?

Yes. The Parivahan portal is where you can pay your traffic e-challan Karnataka.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.