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Bangalore Traffic violation Fines and Online payment

March 07, 2024 हिंदी में पढ़ें


Table of Contents

  1. Bangalore Traffic Police Challans
  2. Traffic Do's & Dont's
  3. Payment Of Challan Through Bangalore Traffic Police's Website :
  4. Payment Of Challan Through Karnataka One Website :
  5. Payment Of ChallanThrough Paytm:
  6. Fines under the Karnataka Police Act & Karnataka Traffic Act

Bangalore is said to be a bustling hub within India, drawing individuals from across the nation. This influx is directly proportional to the city's population and vehicle density, consequently leading to an increased traffic congestion and amplified traffic violations. To address these challenges, the Karnataka government has implemented new traffic regulations specifically tailored for Bangalore.


  1. Payment Of Challan Through Bangalore Traffic Police's Website :

  1. Visit the official Bangalore traffic police website .

  2. There is an option of Pay your fine under which there is a tab of payment of fine by vehicle number.

  3. On clicking the same, you will be asked for your number for verification.

  4. Fill in the requisite details such as the violation date, car registration number, violation tag number, and your personal details such as your email id.

  5. After this, the fine amount will be displayed and online payment can be made via net banking, UPI, debit/credit card, Paytm, Amex card, etc.

  6. After filling in the payment details, enter the Captcha and click on the submit button.

  7. You will be directed to a secure page in order to complete the payment.


  1. Payment Of Challan Through Karnataka One Website :

  1. Visit the Karnataka One website which has several services and online payment for traffic violations is one of them.

  2. Select the option Online Services at the top in the menu bar, and click on police from the online services category.

  3. You will see the option of & lsquo Pay Traffic Violation Fine'. On clicking the same, choose & lsquo Avail Online'.

  4. Select the Bangalore City in the “ Please select your city” section.

  5. Sign In by filling in your email id/username and password. If you do not have an account you can create an account and then sign in.

  6. Now you will be required to enter your registration number, after which your traffic violations will be shown on the website.

  7. After this, you can make the payment of the fine/violation amount.

  8. On completion of the payment, you will receive a confirmation text on your registered mobile number for the successful settlement.

  9. You can also get your payment receipt by clicking the option & lsquo Get Your Receipt' on the top menu bar on the website by entering your transaction number.


Payment Of ChallanThrough Paytm:

  1. Visit the Paytm app/website and log in to your Paytm account.

  2. Under the “ City Services” , select “ Challan” and enter your city name

  3. Enter your challan or vehicle number

  4. Choose the payment method to pay the fine amount Paytm wallet, debit/credit card, net banking, and then make the payment.

  5. Once the payment is made, you will receive a confirmation/receipt of the same on your email id and/or your phone number.

There are several traffic violations with their fees/fines/challans. Given below are the traffic offenses, the sections governing these offenses, and the maximum-minimum penalty associated with the offenses.


Bangalore Traffic Police Challans

1. Dangerous Driving by two-wheelers -

Punishable under Section 184, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 300/-

2. Dangerous Driving by Non-Transport vehicles (White Board) -

Punishable under Section 184, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 400/-

3. Dangerous Driving by Transport vehicles (Yellow Board) -

Punishable under Section 184, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 500/-

4. Driving a vehicle at a speed exceeding the maximum speed limit -

Punishable under Section 112 read with Section 183(1) & (2), M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 1000/-

5. Racing or High-speed driving -

Punishable under Section 189, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 500/-

6. Carrying excess passengers in

i) 3-Wheeled Vehicle

ii) Transport Vehicles including buses -

Punishable under Section 177, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 200/- for every additional passenger

7. Drunken Driving -

Punishable under Section 185, M.V.Act.

Court fine

8. Parking in a & lsquo No Parking' Zone -

Punishable under Section 177, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 1000/-

9. Demanding Excess Fare & refusal to come for hire etc., by Autorickshaw Driver or Taxi Driver-

Punishable under Rule 13 (U) of the KMV Rules read with Section 177, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - For first timers, it is Rs 500/- and subsequent offences Rs. 1000/-

10. Defective Fare Meter -

Punishable under 16 Clause (K)

For first timers, it is Rs 500/- and subsequent offences Rs. 1000/-

11. Defective Silencer -

Punishable under 16 Clause 120

Fine amount - Rs 500/-

12. Emitting Black Smoke -

Punishable under 190 Clause (2)

Fine amount - For first timers, it is Rs 500/- and subsequent offences Rs. 1000/-

13. Shrill Horn -

Punishable under 190 Clause (2)

Fine amount - Rs 500/-

14. Driving without Permit -

Punishable under 190 Clause 192

Court fine

15. Driving without a license (Two wheelers) & ndash

Punishable under Section 3 read with Section 181, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 1000/-

16. Driving without a license (Non-transport vehicle) -

Punishable under Section 3 read with Section 181, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 2000/-

17. Driving without a license (Transport vehicles) -

Punishable under Section 3 read with Section 181, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 5000/-

18. Underage Drive-

Punishable under Section 4 read with Section 181, M.V.Act.

Fine amount - Rs 1000/- for 2 and 3 wheelers, Rs 2000/- for LMV, and Rs 5000/- for others.

19. Owner permitting any other person to drive his vehicle in contravention of Section 3 or 4 -

Sec.5 read with Sec.180 of the M.V. Act.

Fine amount - Rs 1000/- for 2 and 3 wheelers, Rs 2000/- for LMV, and Rs 5000/- for others.

20. Jumping Traffic signals-

Punishable under KMV Rule 119 read with Section 177 M.V Act.

Fine amount Rs 500/-

21. Wrong Parking -

Punishable under 190 Clause 117

Fine amount Rs 1000/-

22. Cutting Yellow Lane / Lane Discipline -

Punishable under 190 Clause 119

Fine amount Rs 500/-

23. Defective Number Plate -

Punishable under 190 Clause 50

Fine amount Rs 500/-

24. No Entry-

Punishable under 190 Clause 115

Fine amount Rs 500/-

25. H.T.V. Prohibited -

Punishable under 115 read with 177

Fine amount Rs 500/-

26. Without uniform -

Punishable under 14 read with 177

Fine amount Rs 500/-

27. Without I.C -

Punishable under 14 read with 106

Fine amount Rs 1000/- for 3 & 3 wheelers, Rs. 2000/- for LMV, Rs 4000/- for HGV and others.

28. Without F.C -

Punishable under 14 read with 56

Court Fine

29. Defective Head Light -

Punishable under 14 read with 106

Fine amount Rs 500/-

30. Without Tail Light -

Punishable under 14 read with 250

Fine amount Rs 500/-

31. Driving any Motor Vehicle without a number plate -

Punishable under Rule 50 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules read with section 177 of the M.V. Act

Fine for 1st offense - Rs 500/-

Fine for 2nd and subsequent offenses - Rs 1000/-

32. Footboard Traveling -

Punishable under 94 Clause (2)

Fine for 1st offense - Rs 500/-

Fine for 2nd and subsequent offenses - Rs 1000/-

33. Men traveling in Women's Seats in BMTC Bus -

Punishable under 94 Clause (4)

Fine for 1st offense - Rs 500/-

Fine for 2nd and subsequent offenses - Rs 1000/-

34. Using a mobile phone while driving-

Punishable under Section 230 of KMVR R/W Section 177, I.M.V Act.

Fine amount for 2 and 3 wheelers-Rs 1500/- for first time offence, and Rs 1500/- for subsequent offences Fine amount for LMV -Rs 3000/- for first time offence, and Rs 10000/- for subsequent offences Fine amount for others - Rs 5000/- for first time offence, and Rs 10000/- for subsequent offences

35. Not wearing a helmet while riding a two-wheeler -

Punishable under 230 of the KMVR 1989 in sub-rule (1)

Fine amount Rs 500/-

36. Triple riding-

Punishable under Section 128(1), M.V.Act read with Section 177 M.V.Act

Fine amount Rs 500/-

37. Using Black Film/Other Materials -

Punishable under Section 100 CMVR read with Section 177, MV ACT

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-

Fine for 2nd and subsequent offenses - Rs 1000/-

38. Driving without wearing a seat belt

Fine amount - Rs 500/-

39. Wrong parking + Towing charger (2 wheelers)

Punishable under - Section 15 (2) read with Section 177, MVA

Fine amount - Rs 1650/-

40. Wrong parking + Towing charger (Car / 3 wheelers)

Punishable under - Section 15 (2) read with Section 177, MVA

Fine amount - Rs 2000/-

41. Towing charges for Medium Transport Vehicles

Punishable under - Section 15 (2) read with Section 177, MVA

Fine amount - Rs 2250/-

42. Wrong parking + Towing charger (heavy goods vehicle)

Punishable under - Section 15 (2) read with Section 177, MVA

Fine amount - Rs 2500/-

Fines under the Karnataka Police Act & Karnataka Traffic Act

1. Footpath Vendor-

Punishable under Section 92 (G)

Court Fine

2. Stray Cattle-

Punishable under Section 92 (e)

Court Fine

3. No Entry for the cycle-

Punishable under Section 92 (b)

Court Fine

4. Without light for the cycle-

Punishable under Section 92 (a)

Court Fine

5. Jay Walker-

Punishable under Rule 6,18

Court Fine

Traffic Do's & Dont's

Several Do's and Don'ts have been stated on the official Bangalore traffic police website. Make sure you follow these!

Guidelines to be followed by Two-Wheelers -

  1. Leave the right lane for faster traffic by sticking to the left lane.

  2. Stick to your lane - do not cross through traffic by changing lanes.

  3. Never overtake from the left.

  4. The pillion rider shall always wear a helmet to prevent head injury during accidents.

  5. At traffic signals, do not push your way forward through any openings in the traffic

  6. Keep your engine tuned - 2 stroke engines are massive polluters because of the carbon monoxide emissions

  7. Never Overspeed! The time you gain by doing that is negligible.

  8. Never use the horn unnecessarily.

  9. Remember that the two-wheelers are most vulnerable on the road and in any collision, you are in more danger than any car or bus.

Guidelines to be followed by Car Drivers -

  1. No driver should drive after drinking - it is not only a hazard to self but even to co-passengers and others on the road.

  2. The driver and the riders sitting in front shall always wear seat belts to avoid any potential catastrophe.

  3. If each and every vehicle is jostling for advantage - the result would be a mess out of which no one can get out, hence, giving way to traffic on your right at junctions.

  4. Horns should never be used unnecessarily. They should be used only to avert danger. Honking without reason only leads to increasing in noise pollution thus making driving a tiresome activity, with hardly any difference to your progress.

  5. Never overspeed or jump traffic lights. The time gained is never worth risking your life and limb.

  6. The exhaust fumes cause air pollution and thus endanger health. Vehicles should be kept in good condition to minimize this damage to the environment and health.

  7. Always show courtesy and consideration to pedestrians, cyclists, and two-wheelers.

Additional Do's and Dont's for all-

  1. Dip your headlights when another vehicle is approaching.

  2. Drive slowly in times of rain and fog.

  3. Give way to traffic on your right.

  4. Get your emission test periodically

  5. Always allow space for vehicles for a free left turn, especially at junctions.

  6. Slow down while taking a curve.

  7. Never decorate your vehicle with garlands and decoratives as they act as a restriction to your vision and also divert the attention of other drivers.

  8. Always carry your original driving license and registration certificates.

  9. Never use headlights on well-lit roads.

  10. Never use full beam headlights on city roads.

  11. Do not park in no-parking areas.

  12. Never park more than 15 cms from the pavement.

  13. Every driver of a motor vehicle shall ensure free passage if and when approached by a fire service vehicle or an ambulance. This should be done by drawing to the side of the road.

  14. Never take a U-turn where it is especially prohibited and on busy traffic roads.

  15. No load or other goods is to be placed on any motor vehicles resulting in masking or otherwise interrupting vision of any lamp, registration mark, or other mark which is required to be carried by or exhibited on any motor vehicle by or under Act.

  16. Never drive a vehicle in the reverse direction into a road specified as “ One Way” .

  17. Abrupt breaks should never be applied, unless completely necessary to do so for safety reasons.



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