February 23, 2023

Compliance For e-Way Bill by Transporter and Other Important Rules

Transporters should know about the e-way bill rules recommended by the GST regulation. It is on the grounds that they are likewise made obligated for rebelliousness on their part any place an e-way bill should be produced however is neglected to be made by the provider or the beneficiary, as relevant.

What is Transporter ID and how to enrol for it?

Transporter ID or TRANSIN is a 15-digit unique identification that is assigned to transporters under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime in India. This ID is used to track the transportation of goods and ensures compliance with the e-way bill rules.

To enrol for a Transporter ID, follow the steps below:

1. Go to the GST portal:

Access the official GST portal at

2. Login to the portal:

Log in to the portal using your GST credentials.

3. Navigate to the Transporter ID enrolment page:

Once you have logged in, navigate to the Transporter ID enrolment page.

4. Fill out the enrolment form:

Fill out the enrolment form with the required information, including your name, address, and other details.

5. Upload supporting documents:

Upload any supporting documents that are required, such as proof of identity and proof of address.

6. Submit the enrolment request:

Once you have filled out the form and uploaded the required documents, submit the enrolment request.

After submitting the enrolment request, your application will be processed and you will be assigned a Transporter ID if it is approved. It's important to note that you must have a GSTIN number to enrol for a Transporter ID.

What happens if the transporter changes the mode of conveyance during transit?

On the off chance that a transporter is moving merchandise starting with one transport and then onto the next over the span of the travel, then they should update the subtleties of the new movement in the e-way bill previously produced on the e-way bill gateway in the structure EWB-01, preceding such exchange happens.

The caveat here is that assuming the products are being shipped to a recipient for a distance of fifty kilometers or less, inside a similar State or Association region as the business environment of the carrier, the subtleties of movement need not be updated in the e-way bill.

FAQs with respect to e-way bill  compliance by transporters

What to do if I get errors such as ‘PAN details or Aadhaar details are not validated’?

It shows that the PAN number isn't approved on the income tax portal. Then again, the Aadhaar number, name, or/and the portable number entered is not getting approved by the Aadhaar framework. Consequently, you should enter the right subtleties.

How will the transporter know that the e-way bill is allotted to him?

The transporter will be aware in one of the accompanying ways:

(I) After signing in to the EWB portal, the carrier can explore the 'reports' area and pick the 'EWB relegated to me for trans', and check out the rundown. On the other hand, the carrier's task of e-way bills can likewise be tracked down on his dashboard.

(ii) The carrier can explore 'Update Vehicle No' and pick the 'Generator GSTIN' choice and enter the taxpayer’s GSTIN who has allotted the EWB to him.

What happens when an e-way bill is created yet the products are not shipped?

Where an e-way bill is produced however merchandise is not shipped or is not moved according to the e-way bill, the e-way bill might be dropped in 24 hours or less. This should be possible straightforwardly or through a help community which will be told by the Official.


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