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Jammu & Kashmir Traffic e-Challan Status Online

TeamAckoMar 27, 2024

Traffic challans are a familiar concept to Indian vehicle owners; these penalty notices ensure we maintain a safe and respectful road environment.

Jammu & Kashmir Traffic e-Challan

But with the digital revolution, the traditional paper challan has found its electronic avatar - e-challan. This article will guide you through the nuances of Jammu & Kashmir e-challans, from understanding what they are to learning how to check their status online.



Understanding e-Challans

An e-challan is an electronic method for handling traffic rule violations. In essence, it is a digital traffic ticket issued by the traffic police for breaking traffic regulations. These electronic versions represent an advancement from the traditional paper-based challans, introduced by traffic police to streamline the process of enforcing penalties and ensuring compliance with traffic rules.

Penalties for Traffic Violations in Jammu & Kashmir

Here's a glimpse into some of the common traffic violations and their corresponding penalties:

Traffic Violation


Driving without a seat belt

Rs. 1000

Parking in a no-parking zone

Rs. 500

Dangerous/rash driving

Rs. 5000

Drunk driving

Rs. 10000

Driving without registration certificate

Rs. 2000

Driving without insurance

Rs. 2000

Disclaimer: The above-mentioned fines and its conditions are subject to change at the discretion of the governing authorities.

e-Challans can raise your car insurance costs because insurers see them as risky driving. Thus, drive safely to save money! A clean record with ACKO, known for upfront pricing, could mean lower vehicle insurance premiums at renewal.

How to Check Your e-Challan Status

With the introduction of online platforms like the ACKO app and the Parivahan app, you can now check your Jammu & Kashmir e-challan status in a mere matter of minutes.

Through ACKO App

  1. Download the ACKO app from Google Play Store or App Store.

  2. Log in using your registered mobile number or email ID.

  3. Once logged in, click on 'RTO Info' available in the menu.

  4. Under 'RTO Info', select 'e-challan status'.

  5. Input your vehicle registration number in the designated field and tap on 'Search'.

  6. The next page will display all pending and paid challans against your vehicle.

Through ACKO Website


  1. On the right hand side, you will find a challan widget.

  2. Enter your car number.

  3. Click on ‘Check Challan’ to know the status of your Jammu & Kashmir e-challan. 


  1. Locate the ‘Check Challan’ button at the bottom of this article.

  2. Click on the button and enter your car number.

  3. Check your Jammu & Kashmir e-challan status seamlessly. 

Through Parivahan App

  1. Download the Parivahan app from Google Play Store or App Store.

  2. Log in and enter your vehicle registration number.

  3. Click on 'Fetch Challan' to get the details of all traffic e-challans issued against your vehicle.

  4. The app will now display a list of all the unpaid challans, with details such as challan number, violation type, and fine amount.

How to Pay Your e-Challan 

On Parivahan Website

  1. Visit the Parivahan site.

  2. Enter your vehicle number or challan number or DL number.

  3. Click on 'Get Details'.

  4. You can now view your challan details.

  5. Choose which challans you want to pay off and proceed with payment.

Safety Rules You Must Follow to Avoid Challans

Here are a few guidelines to ensure you don't face any unnecessary penalties:

  • It's important to maintain a safe speed to avoid accidents and keep yourself and others safe.

  • Use safety gear while driving, such as a seatbelt, helmet (if on a motorcycle), and any other necessary equipment.

  • Avoid driving after consuming alcohol or any other substances that can impair your judgement, reaction time, and ability to drive safely.

  • Avoid using your phone while driving as distracted driving is a major cause of accidents and can result in serious injuries or even fatalities.

How to Register a Complaint Against an e-Challan

Don't worry, the Jammu & Kashmir e-challan system provides a straightforward way for you to raise a complaint.

  1. Visit the official website of e-challan.

  2. Click on ‘Complaint’ and you will be redirected to the grievance page. 

  3. Fill in the necessary details such as your name, email address, mobile number, vehicle number and a brief description of your complaint. Do remember to select the Jammu and Kashmir e-challan issue that you are disputing.

  4. Upload an image of the disputed e-challan.

  5. After filling in all the details, click on submit.


From ensuring compliance to keeping your driving record clean, regular updates about your Jammu & Kashmir e-challan status play an integral role. By leveraging online platforms like the ACKO app or website, you can effortlessly stay up-to-date, making your driving experience less stressful and more enjoyable.

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Frequently Asked Questions Jammu & Kashmir Traffic e-Challan Status Online



Q1. How can I check my RTO fine online in Ahmedabad?

Visit the official Parivahan website and navigate to the 'Check

Online Services' tab to select 'Check Challan Status'. Then, enter the challan

number and finally, click on the 'Get Details' button to view any pending challans that have not been paid yet.

Q2. How can I check my traffic fine online in India?

Visit the official Parivahan website and click on the 'e-challan System' option to be redirected to a new page. There, click on 'Get Challan Details' and provide the Registration number of your vehicle. Complete the captcha and click on 'Get Detail'. 

Q3. How long is a challan valid in India?

Failing to pay an e-Challan within 60 days of issue is an offence. Traffic police may visit your address to collect the fine.

Q4. Can I pay challan through UPI?

Yes, you can use UPI apps to pay e-Challans issued for violating traffic regulations. These challans are sent via SMS or to your home address.

Q5. How many challans can I get in one day in India?

You can only be fined once per day for a specific offence. However, you can be fined again on the same day for a separate offence.


The information on this page is compiled from different websites and government sources, which may be updated from time to time. Please refer to the respective government websites and verify before making any RTO-related decisions.

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