Know Pending E-Challan Blacklist Details For Your Vehicle

Whether you are about to purchase a second-hand vehicle, or wish to transfer the ownership of the vehicle, or simply want to know the e-challan status of your vehicle, one of the most important things you need to do is check your e-challan blacklist details. If you have a blacklisted vehicle, then there may be legal complications that may arise. Learn all about e-challan blacklist, blacklist status and why there are blacklisted vehicles in India.

How to check e-challan blacklist details for your vehicle?

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways created the Vahan e-service portal that serves as a centralised national register for all registered vehicles in the country. Through this online portal, users can get to know vehicle blacklist details. You can know your pending e-challan blacklist details quite easily by following the below mentioned steps:

Step 1: Log on to parivahan sewa portal
Step 2: Click on the ‘Blacklist Jankari’ section.
Step 3: Enter your vehicle number.

On entering the correct details, you will be able to see the number of states where your vehicle has been blacklisted, along with blacklist vehicle details such as nature of complaint, place of complaint and FIR details.

Reasons why RTO can blacklist your vehicle?

Wondering why is your vehicle blacklisted?

Generally, your vehicle can be blacklisted if there have been issues with documentation for transferring of ownership of the vehicle. Another reason why you can be in possession of a blacklisted vehicle is if on being converted from a yellow board to a white board (i.e., from commercial to private), insufficient tax was paid, or if an FIR has been lodged against your vehicle.

If you find that your vehicle has been blacklisted, check if there are any pending traffic offences on the vehicle, or if the vehicle was involved in a court case. Moreover, if it is a used vehicle bought by you, check whether the blacklisting was due to the previous owner. In case the vehicle has been converted from a yellow to a white board, then check if the tax is duly paid. In case you feel that a wrongful FIR has been lodged against your vehicle, you can visit your RTO with valid vehicle documents and contest the e-challan blacklist.
Because of non-payment of fines for traffic violations, your vehicle can end up getting blacklisted, and you can be denied all RTO services such as transfer of ownership, renewing registration, etc. In this case, in order to visit the Motor Vehicle Department (MVD), you must first clear all your pending fines to revoke the e-challan blacklist.
In case your vehicle is blacklisted, you will not be able to carry out RTO services online or offline. You can check your e-challan blacklist details, and blacklist status on our Vahan Jankari application.
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