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USAF stationed in WA state with an expired SC license, do I need to get a WA license or is there an

Author : Entidtil

Submitted : 2018-02-22 16:06:28    Popularity:     

Tags: WA  state  USAF  stationed  expired  

Update: confused about if I need to get a license here or if it is only expired if I go back to SC then I have 60 days to update it. any help is appreciated.

Answers:

It is all spelled out on the S.C. DMV website...... http://www.scdmvonline.com/News/Online-D...
Or,,,,,you can ask your company office (It used to be called the orderly room).

No clue

SC gives you an extension but only if you apply for it.

That depends on the laws in your home state. A family member can do the research for you and you will have the answer the next day or sooner.

When I was in the Air Force MY license was good for as long as I was continuously in the service and I had 30 days from my date of termination to renew the license Your state might be similar.

Novel idea of going to the South Carolina DMV website and READING what it says

http://www.scdmvonline.com/Driver-Servic...

Stationed Outside of South Carolina

If you're an active duty military member or a dependent, or a Department of Defense employee stationed outside South Carolina, you may renew your driver's license by mail. To renew your license by mail, submit all of the following documents:

Mail-In Renewal Application (SCDMV Form DL-63)
Provide a special mailing address, like your APO, for the new license to be mailed to.
Current color photograph of yourself (from the top of your head to your shoulders) without your face or head covered
Military orders showing continuous active duty outside of SC
Check, made out to the SCDMV, for $12.50

Expired Driver's License

If your driver's license has been expired for less than nine months, you will renew it the same way you would if your license was not expired. If you have more than five points on your license within the two years before you renew, you will have to take the knowledge test again.

RENEW MY DRIVER'S LICENSE
If your driver's license has been expired for at least nine months, the process is slightly different depending on your situation. If you are stationed outside of South Carolina for no less than 90 continuous days on active duty and your license expires, SC considers the license valid as long as at least one of the following is true:

You're a military service member.
You're a dependent of a military service member.
You're a Department of Defense employee.
This rule only applies if your license expired during one of the following:

You're serving outside of the state.
You're serving outside the state and it expired within 90 days of the start of that service.
You would renew your driver's license just as you would if it was still valid, but you must visit an SCDMV branch within 90 days of discharge. When you visit an SCDMV branch, you must bring proper documentation of your discharge. If you come to renew your expired driver's license after 90 days of discharge, you must take the knowledge and road tests.

Proper Discharge Documentation for Expired Driver's License

If you're an active duty military member or a dependent of one, visit an SCDMV branch within 90 days of discharge, and have a driver's license that's been expired for at least nine months, you must present all of the following to avoid taking the knowledge or road tests:

Valid military ID
Copy of service record showing dates of assignment outside SC
If you've permanently discharged following your out-of-state assignment, you may submit your Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DOD Form DD-214) as proof of your discharge date.

If you're a Department of Defense employee, visit an SCDMV branch within 90 days of discharge, and have a driver's license that's been expired for at least nine months, you must present all of the following documents to avoid taking the knowledge or road tests:

Valid military ID
Copy of orders supporting temporary service outside SC

depends on SC DMV regs.

ask SC MVD

According to the Navy JAG, you have to renew by mail. SC does not have an automatic extension.
http://www.jag.navy.mil/legal_services/d...

Also, the SC DMV's website is pretty clear on the matter:
http://www.scdmvonline.com/Driver-Servic... (scroll down to "Expired Driver's License")



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