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Kolkata Traffic Fines and Challan Payment

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Table of Contents

  1. Kolkata Traffic Fines
  2. Guidelines
  3. FAQs related to Kolkata traffic fines and challans payment
  4. Details required for checking the Traffic E-Challan Status online:
  5. Procedure to get the payment receipt of the traffic fine paid online:
  6. Guidelines for Registration Marks (Number Plates):

The process of Challan payment in Kolkata is fairly easy and it can be done online!

Below we have provided the details and procedure of the Kolkata Traffic E Challan payment mechanism and how to check the status of your Challan.


Details required for checking the Traffic E-Challan Status online:

1. Vehicle Number

2. Chassis / VIN Number - Last 5 Characters (written at different places for different vehicles)

3. Email and Mobile Number Procedure for checking Kolkata traffic case details and paying E-Challan (Fine) online:

1. Go to the kolkatatrafficpolice.net website and search your Challan online.

2. Enter your vehicle number, your Chassis number, email id, and Mobile Number.

3. Click on “ Get OTP” to receive an OTP on the mobile number provided by you

4. Enter this OTP and click on “ Confirm” to get the details of your case

5.You can then make an online payment by selecting a single case or multiple payments.

6. Once the payment is made, you will get an SMS and email upon the number and email id provided by you, confirming the same.

7.To dispose of the pending court cases, one should visit the police office of the concerned Ld. Court


Procedure to get the payment receipt of the traffic fine paid online:

1. Click on & lsquo Make Online Payment” and go to the & lsquo Reprint Challan” option

2.Enter the vehicle number and the last 5 characters of the Chassis number

3. Click on & lsquo Get Challan' to print your receipt of the challan payment


Kolkata Traffic Fines

It is pertinent to know and understand the different fines/challans that persist in a city/state. Not only this, but one should also know how to avoid such fines by taking requisite precautions, and in case fined, how to pay the same.

Given below is the complete list of fines and Challans imposed by the Kolkata traffic police on traffic violations:

1.Driving a vehicle without D/L:

Punishable U/S 181.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 5000/-,

2. Age limit to drive motor vehicles:

At the prescribed age (16 years M/C-50CC, other than transport vehicle-18 years, transport vehicles-20 years) -

Punishable U/S 181.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 5000/-,

3. Owner allowing others to drive the vehicle without proper Driving Licence-

Punishable U/S 180.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 5000/-,

4.Disqualified a Person from holding or obtaining a Driving Licence-

Punishable U/S 182(1).

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 10000/- ? 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 10000/-,

5. Driving Vehicles without Registration or in contravention of the condition of Blue Book Punishable U/S 192.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 5000/-,

2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 10000/-,

6. Driving Vehicles without Certificate of Fitness or invalid C.F. -

Punishable U/S 192.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 10000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 10000/-,

7. Driving Vehicles without a permit or in contravention of the condition of the permit-

Punishable U/S 192(A).

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 10000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 10000/-,

8. Allowing any person to stand or sit or to place anything in such a manner or position as to hamper the driver in his control of the vehicle-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 1500/-,

9. Driving vehicle at excessive speed-

Punishable U/S 183(1).

2, 3 and 4 wheeler - Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 1000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 2000/- Bus, HGV, and MGV - Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 2000/- 2nd and subsequent offences - Rs. 4000/-

10. Owner causing to drive in contravention of the speed limit-

Punishable U/S 183(2). Fine for 1st offense - Rs.300/-, 2nd offense - Rs. 500/-, 3rd offense - Rs. 500/-, Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-

11. Driving vehicle exceeding permissible limit of laden weight-

Fine - Rs 20000/- along with an additional Rs 2000/- per tonne of excess load.

12. Driving vehicles in violation of restriction (No Entry Violation)-

Punishable U/S 194(1).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 2000/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 5000/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 5000/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 5000/-

13. Driving vehicles in violation of Mandatory Traffic Signs-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

14. Leaving a vehicle in such a position so as to cause or likely to cause danger, obstruction, or the tender inconvenience to any road user-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

15. Allowing the vehicle to remain stationary at Public Place-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

16. Non-Production of Driving License on demand by a Police Officer in uniform-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

17. Failure to take certain precautions at unguarded level crossings-

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 100,

2nd offense - Rs. 300/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 300/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 300/-

18. Failure to stop the vehicle when asked by a Police Officer in uniform when the vehicle is involved in an accident-

Punishable U/S 187.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 1000/-

19. Medical Aid to the victim-

Punishable U/S 187.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 1000/-

20. Driver to give information about Road Accident-

Punishable U/S 187.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 1000/-

21. Driver to give information to the insurer about the Accident-

Punishable U/S 187.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 1000/-

22. Not insuring the vehicle against 3rd Party / or for driving the uninsured vehicle-

Punishable U/S 196.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 400/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 1000/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 1000/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 1000/-

23. Non-Production of Registration Certificates, Insurance Certificates, Permit, etc. by the Driver of trampest vehicle(In case of other vehicles 15 days time for production should be given as per Provision of Central Motor Vehicle Rules-139 -

Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

24. Non-Production of Insurance Certificate(7 days time should be given for such documents- Punishable U/S 177.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

25. Disobedience of order and obstructions-

Punishable U/S ---

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 500/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-,

26. Withholding information or giving false information -

Punishable U/S ---

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 500/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-,

27. No. of person allowed to be carried in goods vehicles:

(i) Light goods vehicles gross weight less than 1000 Kg & ndash One Person

(ii) Other light goods vehicles & ndash three persons

(iii) Goods vehicles other light goods vehicles & ndash Seven Persons-

Punishable U/S 177 MVA.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

28. Carriage of animals other than the trampest vehicle so specified.-

Punishable U/S 177 MVA.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

29. Driving vehicles dangerously-

Punishable U/S 184.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 10000/-.

30. Driving vehicle by a drunken person or by a person under influence of drugs-

Punishable U/S 185.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 10000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 15000/-.

31. Driving when mentally or physically unfit to drive.-

Punishable U/S 186.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 1000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 2000/-.

32. Taking part in race or trial of the speed of any kind between Motor vehicles at any Public Place-

Punishable U/S 189.

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 10000/-.

33. Using vehicle in unsafe condition-

Punishable U/S 190(I).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 250/- (In case causes any injury to damage to property - Rs. 1000/-),

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense --

34. Violation of Standards Prescribed for Road Safety, control of Noise & Air Pollution-

Punishable U/S 190(2).

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 10000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 10000/-.

35. Carriage of Goods that are dangerous or hazardous to human life in violation of prescribed conditions-

Punishable U/S 190(3).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 3000/-,

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 5000/-

36. Sale of vehicles in or alternation of vehicle to condition contravening this Act-

Punishable U/S 191.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offence - Rs. 500/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-

37. Taking & driving the vehicle without the consent of the owner or lawful authority-

Punishable U/S 197(I).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offense - Ra. 500/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-

38. Exercising Control of a vehicle unlawfully by force or threat of force or by any other form of intimidation -

Punishable U/S 197(2).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-, 2

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 500/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 500/-

39. Attempt and abetment of Section 197(I) & 197(2)-

Punishable U/S 197(I)/197(2).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 500/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 500/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 500/-,

Subsequent offence - Rs. 500/-

40. Unauthorized interference with vehicle-

Punishable U/S 198.

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 50/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 100/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 100/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 100/-

41. Penalty for causing obstructions to traffic by keeping disabled vehicle (Wheel Camp Case)- Punishable U/S 201(I).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs.50/- per hour.

2nd offense - -,

3rd offense - -,

Subsequent offense - -.

42. Power of Police Officer to detain vehicle without Certificate of Registration, Permit, etc. - Punishable U/S 39/192/66/192(A).

Fine for 1st offense - Rs. 5000/-,

2nd offense - Rs. 10000/-,

3rd offense - Rs. 10000/-,

Subsequent offense - Rs. 10000/-

43.Power of arrest by Police Officer without a warrant -

Punishable U/S184,185 & 197 MVA

Fine for 1st offense --

2nd offense --

3rd offense --

Subsequent offense --

44.Driving on Foot Path

Punishable U/S177

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

45. Prohibition on Playing of radios etc. in a motor vehicle-

Punishable U/S177

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

46.Use of Ear Phone / Mobile Phone while driving-

Punishable U/S 184 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 5000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 10000/-.

47.For display video set, Audio Device in Tourist bus, Luxury Coach, etc RTA's Permit is necessary and there should be permitted in between the driver Cabin & passenger's compartment for that -

Punishable U/S177

Fine for 1st offense Rs. 100/-

2nd offense Rs. 300/-

3rd offense Rs. 300/-

Subsequent offense Rs. 300/-

48.Using Motor Vehicles with defective Number Plates -

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

49.Regn. Mark shall be in English letters and Arabic numerals

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

50.Non-Exhibition of Registration Marks at rear number plate (Trailer)

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offense Rs. 100/-

2nd offence Rs. 300/-

3rd offense Rs. 300/-

Subsequent offense Rs. 300/-

51.Driving Motor Vehicle with defective Tyres

Punishable U/S 190(1) MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

52.The glass of the windscreen and rear window of motor vehicle shall allow visual transmission of light not less then 70% and glasses of the side window shall be such that the visual transmission of light is not less than 50% -

Punishable U/S 192 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

53.Vehicle not fitted with wiper or wiper not maintained in good working condition.

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

54.Vehicle not fitted with a horn

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

55.Vehicle fitted with multi-tuned or other harsh shrill sounding horns

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

56.Refusing to go on hire

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

57.Failure to proceed to the destination by the shortest or quickest route

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

58.Vehicle not fitted with seat belt

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence Rs. 100/-

2nd offense Rs. 300/-

3rd offense Rs. 300/-

Subsequent offence Rs. 300/-

59.Not wearing a seat belt

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs.1000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

60.Vehicle not fitted with the rearview mirror

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

61.Not wearing a uniform

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

62.Driving a two-wheeler without a standard helmet

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

63.Violation on the restriction of using dazzling light

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

64.Stop Line Violation

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

65.Centre Line Violation

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs. 500/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

66.Violation of safety measures for drivers and pillion riders (Triple Riding)

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs.1000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.

67.Not wearing protective headgear (Without helmet)

Punishable U/S 177 MVA

Fine for 1st offence - Rs.1000/-, 2nd and subsequent offence - Rs. 1500/-.


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Guidelines

Below are the basic guidelines (traffic rules and violations) that are to be followed by every individual in Kolkata: 1. Stop your car before the “ Stop Line” 2. Do not talk on the phone while driving 3. Always wear a helmet while riding a bike and use the right one 4. Fasten your helmets, if not fastened, it isn't protecting 5. While walking on the road, say no to jay walking 6. While walking on the road, do not jump the guard rail 7. Follow the traffic signal while walking on the road 8. Always cross the road through the zebra crossing 9. A pedestrian should always walk on the footpath 10. Wear a seatbelt while driving or sitting in the front seat 11. Do not drink and drive 12. Park your car at the Parking Zone 13. Obey traffic signals 14. While driving, the driver should carry the driving license, registration certificate, taxation certificate, insurance certificate, PUC certificate, and fitness certificate & permit.


Guidelines for Registration Marks (Number Plates):

Guidelines for the form and manner of display of registration marks on motor vehicles have also been stated extensively. These are: 1. The plate should be a solid piece, made of 1.9 mm aluminum, complying with DIN 1745 / 1783 or ISO 7591. 2. The border edges and corners of the plate should be rounded to avoid injuries. The plates must also have an embossed border. 3. The plate is to be suitable for hot stamping and the reflective sheet should be guaranteed for imperishable nature for a min of 5 years. 4. The letters “ IND” are to be on the extreme left center of the plate, in blue color. 5. Chromium - based hologram shall be applied by hot stamping, on each plate, in order to protect it against counterfeiting. 6. Permanent consecutive identification number of a minimum of seven digits should be laser branded into the reflective sheeting of the plate. The hot stamping film should have the verification inscription. 7. For two and three-wheelers, the plate should be 200 x 100 mm. For light motor vehicles or passenger cars, 340 x 200 mm / 500 x 120 mm. For medium commercial vehicles, heavy commercial vehicles, and trailer combinations, 340 x 200 mm. 8. For motorcycles, the registration marks in the front are to be placed parallelly to the handlebar or on any part of the vehicle. 9. The registration mark displayed should be in English and the figures should be in Arabic numerals and the letters and figures should be embossed and hot stamped in black color on white background in all cases, except for the transport vehicles, which would be black color on yellow background. This article is a complete guide and has discussed the several offenses that enensurefor ines, the details and procedure of the E-challan payment mechanism in Kolkata, and the steps involved in checking the status of one's challan. It also lays down the guidelines that are to be followed in Kolkata


FAQs related to Kolkata traffic fines and challans payment

  1. How do I track cases against my car?

  • Log on to the official website of Calcutta traffic police: www.kolkatatrafficpolice.gov.in

  • Click on the link on the left side of the screen, in a colored box saying: Make Online Payment

  • A small box will pop up at the top of the screen saying: & quot you are going out of NIC domain. Press OK to confirm or Cancel to remain in the current page& quot

  • Click OK

  • A new screen will appear

  • Fill in your vehicle's registration number and the last five characters of the chassis number (check the car's blue book/smartcard)

  • Submitting your email id and mobile number is optional

  • Click & quot Submit& quot

  • A list of offenses pending against your vehicle will appear on the screen

  • The list would include the case number, location, date and time of the offense, the section under which the violation falls and the status of the case - that it is pending with the police

  • Cases pending with the court will not be listed on the website.

  1. How do I pay the fine?

  • By clicking on an option saying & quot Pay& quot against each of the cases listed on the website

  • Payment has to be made individually for each of the cases

  • Once you click on the Pay button, you will be directed to options for using your credit/debit card or net banking facility

  • If you are not comfortable doing it online, you can also pay the fine by physically visiting any of the 25 traffic guards across the city or at Lal bazar

  • You can also pay the fine at specific branches of banks as mentioned at www.kolkatatrafficpolice.gov.in

  1. What if I do not pay the fine?

Going by the book, if a challan remains unpaid for 15 days, the case is shifted to the court. However, in practice, unpaid challans often remain with the police for weeks and months (even years). But once the case is shifted to the court, you will have to go to the court and pay the fine. Non-payment might mean a notice from the court. Also, you will not be able to sell your car if the fines remain unpaid. However, with the introduction of the graded fine system, the quantumfines for an offence will be determined by the number of offenses committed earlier. Earlier, each citation case drew a penalty of Rs 100. However, now it may change to Rs 100 for the first offense, Rs 250 for the second offense, and Rs 300 for the third and every subsequent offense.

  1. What do I do if the case is pending in court?

To know if any traffic-violation case relating to your vehicle is pending in court, you can visit any of the 25 traffic guards across the city and seek help to check their records. Fines for cases pending with the court can be cleared at the court or through Lok Adalats held at the city civil court, usually once every two months, to address pending traffic violation cases. The traffic police website mentions the date of the next Lok Adalat.

  1. What if I think I am being wrongly fined?

You can visit the traffic department at Lal Bazar to register a complaint seeking proof of the offense committed. Cops may then refer to CCTV footage to verify whether the offense was actually committed. They can also take into consideration an alibi that you might present.

  1. How is a challan sent to me? And how soon after the offense will it reach me?

Challans are sent through courier service. The police do not preserve the receipts because of the huge numbers. Every citation case recorded on the road is supposed to be updated with the traffic department at Lal Bazar within 24 hours of the offense. The challan is supposed to leave Lal Bazar in the next couple of days and reach you within a week. The ground reality, however, is different with challans often reaching vehicle owners months later. But not getting a challan cannot be an excuse for not paying a fine, say police.

  1. Why can't I get an alert on my email about a traffic fine?

There is no such system in place now, but the proposal is apparently under consideration.

  1. What if I commit an offense under another police commissioner?

As of today, only the citation cases committed in the jurisdiction of Calcutta police can be seen on the website. According to the graded-fine plan, Calcutta, Bidhannagar, Barrackpore, and Howrah police will soon share traffic offenses data online. Once that happens, traffic offences in any of these four police districts can be tracked online.



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