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How To Do eChallan Payment Online From MobiKwik?

Following traffic rules is each and everyone’s duty to ensure not only one’s safety but of other people as well. However, one may need to pay for a traffic challan issued to them for violating traffic rules of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, or for not following them at all. Some of the violations typically include not wearing a helmet, driving without a valid license, over speeding the vehicle, not following signal lights, etc. Let’ss dig in some details here.

What is eChallan Payment?


  • The introduction of eChallan online payment is an initiative taken by the Government of India to ensure the transparency of records and enhance its traffic services. Nowadays, almost every procedure is being digitized, so traffic rules violators can also use the online service to pay for the penalties.

  • The government’s main aim to introduce eChallan payment is to negate the bribing process by eliminating cash transactions and making every record maintained online.

How is eChallan Generated?


  • The traffic police have the swiping machine that enables them to create a printed eChallan in no time. So, in a situation where they spot a traffic violator, they can make a real-time entry and print the challan against the traffic rule violator’s name.

  • Using these machines makes it easy for the traffic police to collect the fine on the spot. Once the payment is received, the police issue the traffic violator a formal receipt stating the fine payment has been received successfully.

How to make eChallan Payment Online using MobiKwik?

MobiKwik has introduced its new service for its users to pay challan online in a hassle-free manner. Without worrying about the security and authenticity of the payment, you can easily opt for eChallan Online Payment using MobiKwik in just a few simple steps.

Online challan payment can be done from anywhere: home, office, college, etc. You can now avoid all the paperwork and formalities with MobiKwik’s eChallan pay online service. You are required to have a stable internet connection for making eChallan payments. Follow the below steps to pay challan online at MobiKwik’s eChallan pay online service -

  1. Login to your MobiKwik user account.

  2. Look for the 'Recharge and Bill Pay' option.

  3. Select “ Traffic Challan' out of the various services offered.

  4. Once you are directed to the challan payment page, you will be asked to submit details such as the details of the Traffic police authority of your locality.

  5. Submit your Challan number, RC number, DL number, etc.

  6. The system will automatically fetch your challan amount.

  7. As the last step, you need to pay using any of your preferred payment options that are available at MobiKwik.

MobiKwik offers a variety of options to make quick payment of your eChallan such as:

  • Debit Card

  • Credit Card

  • UPI, Wallet

  • Net Banking

  • MobiKwik ZIP - Pay Later

So settle your dues today with the comfort of your home only via MobiKwik.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can be the challan amount for driving without a valid driving license?

The challan amount will depend upon one traffic authority to another. According to the new Motor Vehicle Bill, 2019, you may get a penalty of up to 5000 INR for driving without a valid DL.

By what time do I need to make my traffic challan payment from the date of issue?

You must pay for your challan within 15 days after the issue. In case you fail to pay within due time, a late payment fee of INR 10 will be imposed.