South Carolina

South Carolina is more straightforward than North Carolina when it comes to assessing DMV points. South Carolina does not have insurance points.

The chart below shows the assignment of DMV points for each driving offense.

Once you accrue 6 points on your license, the South Carolina DMV will send you a warning letter notifying you of your point status. Once you reach 12 points, your license will be suspended.

If you have a South Carolina driver’s license, you may view your DMV point status for free here. Additionally, you may obtain your driving record here.