If you have been declared a habitual traffic offender, you are subject to arrest for a five-year felony if you are caught driving. You can, however, apply to get your license back after two years.
How does the SC driving points system work? Which traffic offenses carry a points violation, when will your license be suspended, and how can you reduce the points on your SC license?
Driving under suspension charges in SC will result in another, consecutive license suspension if you are convicted. At trial, prosecutors must prove that you were driving, on a public highway, while your license was suspended, and that you received proper notice of the suspension.