- Study South Carolina Driver's Manual before taking the Regular Driver's License Road Test
- Study Commercial Driver's License Manual before taking the Commercial License Test
- Study Motorcycle and Moped Operator's Manual before taking the Motorcycle Road Test
- Study Large Non-commercial and Recreational Vehicles Driver's Manual before taking the Class E or F Test
Where to Take Tests
You must take a vision, knowledge, and road test when you apply for an original driver's license or upgrade to a different class. When upgrading to any type of license, you will be required to pass a vision, knowledge, and road test, except for a moped license. The SCDMV does not require a skills test for a moped license.
You may take vision and knowledge tests at any SCDMV branch.
Driver Training and Testing Programs
There are One Stop Driver Training and Testing Programs where SCDMV authorized trainers/testers give the knowledge and/or road tests if you're applying for a first-time regular (Class D) beginner's permit, driver's license, or motorcycle (Class M) license.