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Nanded Traffic e-Challan Status Online

TeamAckoApr 2, 2024

Nanded and its bustling population of more than 8,00,000 registered motor vehicles function on an effective and efficient system, enforcing traffic rules. The solution? An e-challan Nanded – a digital traffic ticket for any violation of traffic norms.

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The idea behind this digitisation is not just to penalise violators, but to foster a culture of responsible driving amongst citizens, ensuring safer roads for everyone. In this article, we will delve into the importance of keeping up-to-date with your e-challan status online, how to check or pay your e-challan in Nanded, and ways to avoid getting one altogether.



Understanding E-challan

Nanded e-challan is an electronic ticketing system that gets issued when an individual violates traffic rules. With this digital process, it gets easier to penalise the traffic rules violaters and makes the overall process quite simpler. You can check the e-challan status through the Acko app or website or the Parivahan website. 

Penalties for Traffic Violations in Nanded

Here are common traffic violations in Nanded along with their corresponding penalties:

Traffic Violation


Driving without a seatbelt

Rs. 500

Triple-riding on a two-wheeler vehicle

Rs. 500

Driving without a number plate

For the first offence - Rs. 3000

Driving without helmet

Rs. 1000

Minor driving vehicle

Rs. 25000, imprisonment of 3 years, RC cancellation (1 year), juvenile not eligible for DL until 25 years of age

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

Ever wonder how traffic tickets affect your vehicle insurance? Insurers see them as signs of risky driving, which can push up your premium. So, driving safely isn't just good for everyone on the road, it can save you money on your ACKO policy! We are known for transparency and affordability, and with a clean driving record, you could be looking at even better rates during insurance renewal.

How to Check Your e-Challan Status

With online platforms like the ACKO app/website and the Parivahan app, checking e-challan Nanded status is easier than ever.

Through ACKO App

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

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

  3. Click on 'RTO Info'.

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

  5. Input your vehicle registration number 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 and click on ‘Check Challan’ to know the status.


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

  2. Click on the button and enter your car number to check the status.

Through Parivahan App

  1. Download the Parivahan app from Google Play Store/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 the relevant details.

On the MahaTraffic App

  1. Download the MahaTraffic application and sign up using your mobile number. 

  2. Click on 'My e-challan' and fill out the required information.

  3. Enter the number of your car or challan to check the status.

How to Pay Challan in Nanded

Don’t forget you can receive traffic challans while you’re on the road and you can pay them by following the simple steps mentioned below:

On Parivahan Website

  1. Visit the Parivahan site.

  2. Enter your vehicle number/challan number/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.

How to Register a Complaint Against an e-Challan

Don't worry, the challan system provides a simple 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 Nanded 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’.

Safety Rules You Must Follow to Avoid Challans

Always follow these rules to avoid getting challans in Nanded:

  1. Always comply with speed limits.

  2. Ensure to wear a helmet or fasten your seatbelt.

  3. Never operate a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

  4. Refrain from using mobile phones while driving.


Having journeyed through the ins and outs of the e-challan Nanded maze, it becomes clear that keeping your driving record clean is more than just staying on the right side of traffic regulations. It's about fostering a road safety culture. Concurrently, maintaining comprehensive insurance coverage for your vehicle not only keeps you legally compliant but provides financial protection against unforeseen mishaps.

ACKO simplifies this aspect with tailored solutions. We offer a broad range of competitively priced third-party insurance plans, leveraging our direct-to-customer model to eliminate extra costs associated with middlemen. Our mission is to transform and simplify insurance through technology and customer-centred services, offering you a seamless and transparent insurance process.

Frequently Asked Questions on Nanded Traffic e-Challan Status Online



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

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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