- Location: South Carolina
Drivers Ed in South CarolinaTeen drivers in South Carolina, holding a Beginner's Permit, are required to drive a minimum of 40 hours with supervision before they can apply for their regular driver's license
and 10 of those hours must be during the nighttime.
South Carolina schools offer an elective driver's education course during your high school years. Once you have passed the course, you will need to obtain a Form PDLA (available from your driver education provider) certifying your completion and your school attendance. You will need this form to apply for your license.
Private companies also offer driver training courses. Research driving schools online and through your local phone book if you wish to receive training through this route.Local Drivers Education
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