In India, traffic offenders are usually penalized using a challan, which is a document that details the infraction and the punishment. However, traffic cops lack the resources and manpower to apprehend every single infraction. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways responded by implementing the traffic electronic challan or e-challan, system. The main goal of this system is to create fines for traffic violators digitally, decrease the need for manual human interaction, and keep track of offenders in a database.
A traffic police officer may visit your registered address to collect the fine if you fail to pay the e-challan within 60 days of its issuing. If you are unavailable or refuse to pay, you will be required to appear in court to complete the payment, for which you will receive a notice. If you do not appear in court to pay the fine, your driving license may be revoked.
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