The new traffic regulations allow for the deduction of Rs. 2000 challan even after wearing a helmet. So, if a rider violates Rule 194D of the New Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) by not wearing a helmet strip while driving a motorcycle or scooter, a challan for Rs 1000 may be issued against him. However, you will need to pay a challan for Rs 2,000.
In addition, Article 194D MVA, a rider may be fined more than Rs 1000 if they are found to be using a defective helmet or one that has a BIS registration. Even if you are wearing a helmet at the time, you may still be required to pay a challan for Rs 2000 for breaking the new rules.
In such a situation, despite wearing a helmet, you may have to face a challan of 2000 rupees for not following the new rules.
Invoice of more than 20 thousand will be deducted, do not make this mistake
Apart from this, according to the new Motor Vehicle Act, you may have to face a heavy fine of Rs 20000 for overloading the vehicle. Apart from this, an additional fine of Rs 2000 per tonne will also have to be paid for doing so. This has happened in the past also when cases of deducting challans of several thousand have come to the fore.
How to know whether invoice has been deducted or not
Go to https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in website. Select the option of Check Challan Status. You will get the option of Challan Number, Vehicle Number and Driving License Number (DL). Select the option of Vehicle Number. Fill the required information asked and click on ‘Get Detail’. Now the challan status will appear.
How to fill traffic challan online
Go to https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/. Fill the required details and captcha related to the challan and click on Get Details. A new page will open on which the details of the challan will be displayed. Find the challan you want to pay. Along with the challan, the option of online payment will appear, click on it. Fill in the payment related information. Confirm payment. Now your online challan has been filled.