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Old 06-05-2019, 05:57 PM
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Last time I took a driving test it was pretty much drive around the block and have a car with seat belts that work

I have a DL in a different state and my plates are in multiple different states but tech have multi residency

SC must be crazy
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Old 06-05-2019, 11:50 PM
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Old 06-06-2019, 04:57 AM
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Originally Posted by williamwallus View Post

SC must be crazy

Not bad but I do laugh, 7yrs ago they started Third Party Testing which means we can give the actual road test to out students. There is one maneuver that is basically STUPID and ILLEGAL (Which the SCDMV has admitted) It is the straight line backing, 2 ways to do it and that is a LONG story I was at a SCDMV drivers ed conference couple years back and this was discussed.

Well all the SCDMV folks could say was “that is the way it is in the drivers handbook “ ? Well I asked the question “WHO in the HELL WROTE THE BOOK “. GOT huge laugh out of DE schools and a puzzled looked from the SCDMV folks, their answer “we have no idea “

I went on to say “maybe the PERSON that wrote this book was a blooming IDIOT”. Look on SCDMV folks faces was priceless.

Thanks those that gave some input. Trying to prepare this girl for the MS road test but not sure, I can teach the one we do in about an hour to anyone
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Old 06-06-2019, 05:09 AM
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Originally Posted by tprice View Post

No being a student does not make you a legal resident of a state


You live or rent in a state most of the year, you are a resident. Some states do have "part-time" residents but still a resident. Students can be residents too...its just that most elect to keep their drivers license and info with their parents address while they are in school but plenty do officially change their info and drivers license to the state their school is in.

One can be a resident of multiple states.

Some people split their time so equally that they just flip a coin as to which state they get / maintain their drivers license in.
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Will this be a test to drive a car or farm equipment? The test will consist of driving the total front aisle at the Walmart making sure to leave room for pedestrians and the obese in the electric carts. From there, you have to practice drive thru skills at Hardees. Extra points if supersized fried stuff is ordered. From there you will need to show parallel parking skills at the Discount Dollar Bush. Finally, you wrap up with properly parking and securing the vehicle to live in for a minimum of 3 months.
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You need a license to drive?


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Old 06-06-2019, 11:30 AM
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SC has an overnight parking test? Do you have to sleep with the instructor? OK to pee in a bottle?
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Old 06-06-2019, 12:28 PM
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are we teaching her to drive or teaching her to pass a test?

if you truly teach her to drive then the test will be non-issue regardless of where she takes the test!
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