Posted on: August 8, 2016
This week, the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be holding the 2016 Driver Suspension Eligibility Week. During this time, from March 14 to March 18, South Carolina drivers can apply to have their license suspensions reduced or cleared. According to the department’s site, the following types of suspended drivers may be eligible for this opportunity:
- A person under the age of 18 that has been suspended due to excessive points on their driving record.
- An individual who has been suspended for driving a vehicle or taxi without a license.
- A person who has been suspended for driving an uninsured vehicle they did not own.
- A driver who has been suspended for driving or allowing another person to drive an uninsured car.
- A person who has been suspended for driving under suspension but that was not suspended due to drug or alcohol related convictions.
To apply to have a suspension reduced or dismissed, a driver must fill out the following form and visit the SCDMV during the Driver Suspension Eligibility Week. Drivers who wish to apply should note that they may be required to take a knowledge, road skills, or vision test before obtaining a new license.
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