The Parivahan Sewa Portal is a website of the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) of the Government of India. In addition to providing online services related to vehicle registration, driving licenses, traffic violations, paying fines, paying road tax, and filing complaints, this portal also provides services related to vehicle registration, driving licenses, and traffic violations.
The Government of India noticed that different states followed different systems. A standard procedure and documentation were introduced across India through this portal.
The portal is intended to quickly implement government policies, improve the department’s working and gain a good image, as well as provide access to Vehicle and Driving License information to other government agencies.
As digitization proves very beneficial to citizens, the government prioritizes it. They will no longer have to wait in line for long periods of time for each task, and corruption in the form of bribes will be eliminated. In turn, this increases government revenue.
Below are the services offered by the Parivahan Sewa Portal, www.privahan.gov.in.
Services related to licensing
Using this site, you can schedule an appointment for a driving license or learner’s license, order a duplicate driving license, check the status of your application, take an online test for a learner’s license, or apply for a driving school license.
Procedures for applying for a learner’s license
Learner’s license application procedures vary from state to state.
- Visit the parivahan sewa portal.
- Please select the state where you live.
- Navigate to the “Learner’s License” menu.
- To apply for a new learner’s license, click the “Application for New Learner’s License” button.
- An application form will appear. Complete the form. Take a printout of the acknowledgment and save it. You will need to scan and upload your age, address, and other information. Your passport photo and signature need to be scanned and uploaded.
- Click “LL Test Slot Booking” to schedule your Learner’s License Test.
- Take a printout of the receipt after paying the application fees. The RTO also accepts payments.
- Schedule a time to visit the RTO. Take the acknowledgement, the e-receipt if you paid online, and the original documents you scanned and uploaded.
You will have your documents verified by the authorities, and if everything is correct, you will be able to take the Learner’s License Test.
Vahan Parivahan Sewa provides a variety of services such as booking for vehicle registration, checking the application status, changing the address, transferring ownership, duplicate registration, hypothecation, etc. A national permit, fancy numbers for your vehicles, and other services are also available.
On the Parivahan Sewa Portal, check the status of the new vehicle registration
Your new vehicle must be registered within 7 days of purchase. Following these steps on the Parivahan portal will enable you to check the status of your Registration Certificate (RC) once you have applied for it at your nearest RTO.
- Take a look at the parivahan sewa portal.
- The ‘Online Service’ tab can be found on the homepage. Select the ‘Vehicle Related Services’ option.
- The ‘Select State’ option will appear. Choose the state where you applied for the RC.
- Select the option ‘Vehicle Registration Number’. Please enter your vehicle registration number. Click on the ‘Proceed’ button after selecting the State RTO.
- A page with many options will appear. At the top of the page, select ‘Status’. You can check the status of your application by selecting the option ‘Know Your Application Status’.
- In the next step, enter the RC application number in the ‘Application Number’ box, enter the captcha, and click ‘Submit’.
- Click ‘View Report’ to view the report.
- Your RC application details and status will be displayed.
Visit the Parivahan Sewa Portal to check your E-challan
Every time you use a vehicle in your daily life, knowingly or unknowingly, you violate traffic laws. Traffic is monitored 24×7 by CC cameras, which record any violations of traffic rules. A traffic police officer continuously monitors this. According to The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, the fine is sent to your address or via SMS to your phone. E-challans are used for this purpose.
The fine must be paid within 60 days of the e-challan being issued. If you know that you made a mistake, you will not face any hassles in paying the fine. You can check it on the parivahan portal if you are unaware. There will be video footage or a photograph showing when and where you broke the traffic rule. The number plate of your vehicle will also be recorded as proof. It will help you to know where you unknowingly violated the traffic rule and avoid repeating it. On the same portal, you can also pay the fine after being sure you violated the traffic rules.
How to check and pay a traffic fine
- Take a look at the parivahan sewa portal.
- Checking online services is an option you have. A few more options appear when you click on it. You can check the status of your challan by selecting that option.
- The next step is to enter the challan number, vehicle number, or DL number.
- After that, you must enter the captcha.
- Choose ‘Get Detail’ from the menu.
You receive the details of your e-challan. A violation report contains details such as the time, place, and nature of the violation.
Parivahan website e-challan payment
When you receive the details of your e-challan status, you can make the payment.
Make your payment using a suitable payment mode, such as net banking, credit card, or debit card. Your registered mobile number will receive an SMS once you have made the payment.
Mobile application for Parivahan
The mParivahan app provides basic information about the user’s vehicle, allows the user to pay road taxes, register licenses, etc. The Ministry of Road Transport and National Highways introduced this app. Mobile phone users can download this app from Google Play or Apple Store.
Transport complaints can be registered through the mParivahan application. In addition, users can send photos of road problems for follow-up. The vehicle registration section includes the following details:
- Insurance validity.
- Vehicle fitness validity.
- PUC certificate.
The mParivahan app can be used in a variety of languages. Three languages are available on the app:
The following services are available on the mParivahan app:
- Driving a DL, renewing a RC, and learning to drive.
- The nearest RTO, the challan, the RC status, the registration details, and the vehicle details.
- Paying the road tax.
- Pollution control center nearest to you.
The parivahan sewa portal also provides certain manufacturer-related services for ease of business and related functions. This document contains information about Vehicle Location Tracking Devices, Speed Limit Devices, CNG makers, and Homologation.
There are also services related to Pollution Under Control Certificates (PUCCs), trade certificates, and Vahan green Sewa.
Registration and license services are available through the Parivahan Sewa portal. Owning a vehicle requires these two documents. Many services can be applied for and checked online from the comfort of your own home. In some cases, you may be overwhelmed by the number of documents you need to submit.