Pay Your Traffic Challans Via PAYTM.
Popular e-payment and e-commerce giant, Paytm, has extended its payment services from mobile recharges, bill payments and vendor payments to the latest – paying traffic challans online. This comes as a big relief to those who ‘accidently’ jump signals or fail to carry their driving license and other documents, forget to wear their helmet or seatbelts, and other aspects which the traffic police consider as a violation of the Motor Vehicles Act.
Once the Challan is generated against your vehicle’s registration number, log into Paytm and you can make the payment on the spot. Simply enter the City Name, challan/vehicle number and choose your payment method — i.e. Debit/Credit Card, Net banking or Paytm Wallet. This will generate a digital invoice anyour surrendered documents will be dispatched via postal services by the respective police department.
The service will generate a digital invoice and the customer’s surrendered documents will be dispatched via postal services by the respective police department, the company said in a statement.
Currently, apart from Paytm, the other two methods to pay a traffic challan are – direct online payment via credit card or debit card through a third party gateway or cash payment via Vodafone mobile stores