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Where do I pay my registration in SC?

Where do I pay my registration in SC?

You can pay both the vehicle property taxes and renewal fees at the county treasurer’s office. After you pay your taxes, the plate or registration decal is mailed to the customer from the SCDMV the next working day.

Is there a grace period for expired tags in SC?

Please be aware that Section 56-3-840 of the South Carolina Code of Laws provides a built-in grace period of thirty days from the date of expiration of the decal in which to renew a vehicle registration.

Do you have to turn in your license plate in SC?

Customers do not need to physically turn in their old license plates to the SCDMV. You’re encouraged to recycle the license plate once you complete the online turn in. It is no longer valid and cannot be used on any vehicle.

Can you renew SC registration online?

You can only renew online if you received a mailer from the SCDMV. You must pay your personal vehicle property taxes before a license plate is renewed or decal issued. You can pay these fees at a local treasurer’s office – doing so will deliver the mailer.

How do I pay my car taxes in SC?

Paying Your Tax Bill You can pay your property tax bill to the Treasurer’s Office with cash or check. You can also pay by credit card online at https://sc-charleston.publicaccessnow.com/ under “Tax Records Search and Payment”.

Can you get a second temp tag in SC?

What do I do if I need to extend my customer’s temp tag beyond the 45-day timeframe? Under SC legislation, SC does not permit extending a temporary tag beyond 45-days. The Dealer may opt to put the customer in a rental vehicle while their vehicle is parked.

What do I do with my old license plate?

Recycle your old number plate If you’ve checked the value of your number plate and it’s not worth much, recycling it will be a faster way of disposing of it. You can do so by taking it to your local recycling centre.

How do I contact SCDMV?

Get in Touch with the SCDMV The fastest way to receive answers on your specific driver or vehicle transaction is to call 803-896-5000. The SCDMV’s Contact Center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. It’s open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.