Testing

3rd Party Testing – NOT FOR DRIVER ED STUDENTS. MUST BE 17 OR OLDER TO SKIP DRIVER ED & TEST ONLY.

Test Fee is $100

If you simply need to take the SC Road Test, then fill in the form below. This is the Road Test only and is for those 17 years of age or older. 15/16 year old must complete driver ed before testing. A $50.00 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is required to request your test slot. ADA will offer you a test slot within 14 days of your request or return your deposit. If we provide a slot within the 14 days and you choose not to accept it you will NOT receive a refund. Refunds will only be issued to those requesting a slot and NOT being offered a slot within the 14 day period. The balance of $50.00 (cash only) will be due on your test day.

Again, if you’re 15/16 and reading this, you’re on the wrong page. Please click on Driver Ed. SC requires all new drivers to wait a minimum of 180 days from the date their permit was issued before attempting to take the Road Test. If you’ve moved here and have held a permit in another state, please check with the SC DMV to ensure that time will be accepted (it typically is). International drivers must be approved and cleared through the DMV (North Augusta Branch) prior to requesting a slot. ADA can test any new driver, those with an expired license, or those seeking reinstatement. ADA can’t test those who failed a random recall at the DMV.

OUR TEST FEE IS $100 ($50 credit/debit now) $50 cash on test day. ADA does not guarantee that you’ll pass your test. Drivers must be prepared on their own to test and understand what elements/skills will be required to successfully pass. Information about the SC Road Test is located on the DMV website at scdmvonline.com

**Very Important** – If you have attempted the SC Road Test at the DMV or another 3rd Party Tester and failed (once or twice) you must wait two weeks before attempting again. If you have failed more than twice, a two “month” waiting period is required. If you’re in a waiting period, please fill out the form below and request a slot, but also send us an email explaining the number of times you’ve failed and when your current waiting period expires.