As we all know that under the directives of the Lahore High Court (LHC) all traffic cameras in Lahore are active and working, since December 01, 2018, motorists are advised to be more cautious on the road to avoid traffic fines. With new Automatic Vehicle Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras installed throughout Lahore, traffic control has dramatically improved. In an unfortunate situation of having a traffic challan in Lahore, this article will guide you with everything you need to know about checking your E-Challan Online in Lahore.
How to check your E-Challans Online?
Motorist can check E-challan’s associated with a vehicle by visiting Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA)’s dedicated e-challan website (click here).
This website will ask you for the CNIC and Vehicle number, so keep it handy. Once you get the e-challan details on your screen, you may print it.
PSCA also delivers printed copy to challan on your registered address. However, it is better to check your vehicle’s E-Challan status every once in a while to be sure of your vehicle’s current state.
E-Challan Payment Options
You can take the printed copy of your challan to nearest National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) or Bank of Punjab (BOP) branch to pay it over-the-counter.
To avoid long queues, you can also pay at NBP’s ATM machines. Many other banks are also introducing payment options VIA ATM machine, it is advisable to check your ATM features. There is no online payment option as yet. However, the government has shown interest is improving online payment gate securities in the future.