Frequently asked questions

Q.

Who is required to generate E-way bills?

A.

Any registered person involved in transporting goods is allowed to generate an e-Way bill, but it is mandatory for those carrying goods worth more than Rs. 50,000.
There are two cases, however, in which an e-Way bill must be generated, regardless of the value of the consignment: 
When the goods are supplied by a principal to a job worker for an inter-state transaction.
During an inter-state transfer of handicraft goods by a supplier who has been exempted from GST Registration.

Q.

In which states E-way bill is required to be generated on intra-state movement of goods worth more than 50000?

A.

The states on which E-way bill is required to be generated for intra-state movement of goods worth more than 50000 are:
-Bihar, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Tripura and Uttarakhand from 20th April 2018
-Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh from 15th April 2018
-Arunachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Puducherry and Sikkim from 25th April 2018

Q.

What are the different ways for generating E-way Bill?

A.

E-way bill can be generated through following methods:
-Web-based system
-SMS-based facility
-Android app for generating and sharing e-Way bills (available only for taxpayers and enrolled transporters)
--Bulk generation 
-Site-to-site integration
-GSP (Goods and Services Tax Suvidha Provider) 

Q.

What documents must be carried by the transporter at the time of transporting the goods?

A.

The transporter must carry an invoice, bill of supply, or delivery challan and a transporter’s ID along with the goods they are moving.
They must also have a copy of the e-Way bill or the e-Way bill number (EBN), either as a physical paper copy or mapped to a Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID).

Q.

Can multiple invoices be consolidated into one e-Way bill?

A.

No, multiple invoices cannot be consolidated into one e-Way bill. You need to generate an e-Way bill for each invoice, irrespective of whether the goods have the same or different consigners and consignees. However, after generating the individual e-Way bills, you can consolidate them into a single document if the consignments are transported in the same vehicle.  

Q.

What does an e-Way bill contain?

A.

An e-Way bill is split into two parts, A and B.
-Part A contains the GSTIN of the recipient, place of delivery, invoice/challan number, value of the goods, HSN code, transport document number and the reason for transportation.
-Part B contains details about the transporter, like their vehicle number.

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E WAY BILL REGISTRATION

Purchase this plan to get yourself registered on the E-Way bill portal

What is an e-Way bill?E-Way Bill Registration - An e-Way bill is a permit required for inter-state and intra-state transportation of goods worth more than Rs. 50,000. The document, which must be carried by the transporter at the time of transportation, is also called Form GST EWB-01. The e-Way bill will be made mandatory for inter-state supplies from April 1, 2018 and intra-state supplies from April 15, 2018.
  • Getting your business registered on the GSTN E-way Bill Portal.
  • Business who wants to make inter-state supply of Goods worth more than 50000.(Applicable to all states)
  • Business who want to make intra-state supply of Goods worth more than 50000. ( for now applicable to states like Gujrat, Kerala, Haryana,Telangana,Andhra Pradesh, UP etc)
  • GSTN registration number
  • OTP send to registered mobile no. & email id.
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Goods & Services Tax (GST)36
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Q.

Who is required to generate E-way bills?

A.

Any registered person involved in transporting goods is allowed to generate an e-Way bill, but it is mandatory for those carrying goods worth more than Rs. 50,000.
There are two cases, however, in which an e-Way bill must be generated, regardless of the value of the consignment: 
When the goods are supplied by a principal to a job worker for an inter-state transaction.
During an inter-state transfer of handicraft goods by a supplier who has been exempted from GST Registration.

Q.

In which states E-way bill is required to be generated on intra-state movement of goods worth more than 50000?

A.

The states on which E-way bill is required to be generated for intra-state movement of goods worth more than 50000 are:
-Bihar, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Tripura and Uttarakhand from 20th April 2018
-Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh from 15th April 2018
-Arunachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Puducherry and Sikkim from 25th April 2018

Q.

What are the different ways for generating E-way Bill?

A.

E-way bill can be generated through following methods:
-Web-based system
-SMS-based facility
-Android app for generating and sharing e-Way bills (available only for taxpayers and enrolled transporters)
--Bulk generation 
-Site-to-site integration
-GSP (Goods and Services Tax Suvidha Provider) 

Q.

What documents must be carried by the transporter at the time of transporting the goods?

A.

The transporter must carry an invoice, bill of supply, or delivery challan and a transporter’s ID along with the goods they are moving.
They must also have a copy of the e-Way bill or the e-Way bill number (EBN), either as a physical paper copy or mapped to a Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID).

Q.

Can multiple invoices be consolidated into one e-Way bill?

A.

No, multiple invoices cannot be consolidated into one e-Way bill. You need to generate an e-Way bill for each invoice, irrespective of whether the goods have the same or different consigners and consignees. However, after generating the individual e-Way bills, you can consolidate them into a single document if the consignments are transported in the same vehicle.  

Q.

What does an e-Way bill contain?

A.

An e-Way bill is split into two parts, A and B.
-Part A contains the GSTIN of the recipient, place of delivery, invoice/challan number, value of the goods, HSN code, transport document number and the reason for transportation.
-Part B contains details about the transporter, like their vehicle number.

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