Permits

For vehicles that are not registered under IRP or IFTA, additional permits may be necessary before entering another jurisdiction. Vehicles exceeding limitations on the size and weight are required to obtain a permit .

Trip Permits

In order to operate in a location which is not registered under IRP, a trip permit must be obtained before entering that jurisdiction. The trip permit is a temporary permit issued in lieu of IRP credentials for properly registered vehicles.

Fuel Permits

In order to operate in a location they do not hold an IFTA decal and license, a temporary fuel permit is needed. Carriers must secure a temporary fuel permit prior to entering a jurisdiction for which they are not properly permitted.

Oversize and Overweight Permits

If a vehicle is overdimensional (oversize) or overweight, they must obtain a permit authorizing movement according to vehicle size and weight.

Temporary Permits

A Temporary Trip Permit is issued in lieu of IRP plates for travel within South Carolina. The fee for a Temporary South Carolina Trip Permit is $15 and is valid for 72 hours.

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Oversize / Overweight Permits

The Department of Transportation issues Oversize /Overweight permits. You can order online or order through a permitting service, who will charge an additional processing fee.

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