In order to save traffic offenders of compoundable offences from physically appearing before the courts and to make it simple for them to pay e-challans, the virtual traffic court was made operational as of Wednesday.
Users of the court and owners of vehicles can complete the entire legal process online because of to the virtual court system. At this time, the e-court has been integrated with the cities of Ahmedabad, Surat, and Rajkot.
When a car owner fails to pay an e-challan for 90 days, the e-challan is automatically sent to the servers of the virtual traffic court, which is set up at the metropolitan court campus in Gheekanta.
The owner of the vehicle who is able to pay the fine levied by the court will receive an SMS notice after the Virtual Traffic Court takes up the case and begins the process of serving notice. The court will offer a sum to compound the dispute after taking into account the pending e-challans.