All public transactions, the Motor Carrier portal, and Member Services will be unavailable Sunday, November 18, 2018, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Do I need an SC driver's license?
If you are a permanent resident of another state, you can use your home driver’s license to drive in South Carolina.
For example, if you're visiting this state from New York, you may drive in this state with your valid out-of-state license as long as you live in New York. If you move to SC, you must get an SC license.
If you're visiting from a non-English speaking country, you're strongly advised to get an International Driving Permit from your home country. An International Driving Permit serves as a translation to be used with your valid driver's license. It is not an actual license, but is translates your foreign language license into English. It allows law enforcement officers to read your license.
If you have any questions, contact the SCDMV.