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Vijayawada Traffic e-Challan Status Online

TeamAckoMar 27, 2024

Vehicle owners in India must follow traffic rules, and the Vijayawada government's Vijayawada e-challan system has made issuing fines for violations more transparent. This post covers everything you need to know, like checking your status online, and understanding traffic regulations, and penalties.

Vijayawada Traffic e-Challan



Penalties for Traffic Violations in Vijayawada

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

Traffic Violation


Driving without a licence

Rs. 500 or 3 months imprisonment or both

Minors driving a registered vehicle

Rs. 500 or 3 months imprisonment or both

Disqualified person driving a

vehicle in public place

Rs. 500 or 3 months in prison

Seeking a licence without

disclosing endorsements made

Rs. 500 or 3 months in prison

Driver’s failure to obey traffic


First offence: Rs. 100

Second or subsequent offence: Rs. 300

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

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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 e challan status in a mere matter of minutes.

Through ACKO App

1. Click here to 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 AP 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 AP police 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.

Through AP e-Challan App

1. Download the AP e challan app from Google Play Store or App Store.

2. Log in and choose a suitable language for convenience.

3. On the home page, input your vehicle registration number in the designated field.

4. Click on 'Search' to view all unpaid and paid challans linked with your vehicle number.

How to Pay Your e-Challan On Vijayawada Government Portal

1. Visit the AP e-challan website.

2. Enter your vehicle number and click on 'Get Details'.

3. Your challan details will appear on the screen.

4. Select e-challan(s) you wish to pay and proceed with the payment.

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 some of the key rules you must follow to avoid getting e-challans:

  • Always follow these rules to avoid getting challans in Jamnagar:

  • Always comply with speed limits.

  • Ensure to wear a helmet or fasten your seatbelt.

  • Never operate a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

  • Refrain from using mobile phones while driving.

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 Jamnagar 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’.


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Frequently Asked Questions on Vijayawada Traffic e-Challan Status Online



Q1. How to pay challan online near Visakhapatnam Vijayawada?

You can visit the official website of Vijayawada Police Department and click on ‘Pay Now’ next to the traffic e-challan. Select your preferred payment mode and make the payment.

Q2. How can I check my traffic fines online in AP?

To check your traffic fines online, simply download the ACKO app, log in, enter your vehicle number and click on ‘Check Challan’. Alternatively, take a look at the widget on the right hand side of this article, enter your car number, and click on ‘Check Challan’.

Q3. What happens if we don't pay challan in AP?

Unpaid e-challans can pile up, leading to hefty fines. It's vital to pay these fines within 60 days of receipt. If not paid within this time frame, further legal actions like summoning the defaulter to court can occur.

Q4. How many challans are allowed in one day in India?

Traffic police can fine once in a day for an offence. If the second time in a day when traffic police stops you, if it's for another offence then you will have to pay the fine for the offence.

Q5: What is the fine for triple riding in AP?

As per Motor Vehicles Act, the fine for triple riding in AP is Rs.1,200.


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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