Do you have to have an appointment to go to the DMV in South Carolina?

The SCDMV will continue to require appointments all day for Commercial License Skills Testing and afternoon-only appointments for Regular License Skills Testing. The SCDMV will return to performing in-car road tests at all branch offices.

How do I contact South Carolina DMV?

Get in Touch with the SCDMV The fastest way to receive answers on your specific driver or vehicle transaction is to call 803-896-5000. The SCDMV’s Contact Center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Can I get my SC driver’s license online?

Drivers now can get the card at all 67 locations of the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles or online at scdmvonline.com.

Does SCDMV take walk ins?

All SCDMV branches accept walk-in customers for regular and motorcycle skills tests from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. everyday besides Wednesday. On Wednesdays, all branch offices accept walk-in customers from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

How do I register my car in SC?

Register in Person

  1. A completed Application for Certificate of Title and Registration for Motor Vehicle or Manufactured Home/Mobile Home (Form 400).
  2. The name of your auto insurance company.
  3. Paid vehicle property tax receipt.
  4. Payment for SC vehicle registration fees (See “South Carolina Vehicle Registration Fees” below).

Do I need an appointment to renew my drivers license in South Carolina?

Scheduling a DMV Appointment to Renew Your License Drivers can schedule an appointment by contact the SC DMV location nearest you, though this is not required to renew a driver’s license in the state of South Carolina.

Can I email SCDMV?

You may submit your questions to revenueaccounting@scdmv.net .

How long can you drive with an expired license in South Carolina?

There is no grace period to drive with an expired license in South Carolina. The consequences for driving with an expired license work the same way as if you left your license at home. If you do not renew your license within a week, you can face a $300 fine and up to 30 days in jail.