2012 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 56 - Motor Vehicles
Section 56-3-785 - Issuance of permanent license plates to certain owners of trailers and semi-trailers; fees; design.

SC Code § 56-3-785 (2012) What's This?

(A) Upon proper application, the Department of Motor Vehicles may issue a registration and license plate on a permanent basis for semitrailers, regular trailers, and utility trailers.

(B) The fee for the license is seventy-five dollars for each semitrailer, regular trailer, and utility trailer, and is not transferable. The fee must be paid in one sum. After the initial issuance of the license the owner shall remit annually to the department on a form furnished by the department a report of the units still in use and units which must be deleted and return the licenses issued to the units no longer in use. Failure to furnish required forms by the due date established by the department results in a fine not to exceed fifty dollars. A permanent license may be purchased for chassis, specially constructed to transport international shipping containers, without being required to furnish a South Carolina address if the chassis is not for domicile.

(C) The license plate must be the same size of regular license plates and design as specified by the department.

HISTORY: 1985 Act No. 201, Part II, Section 71; 1989 Act No. 113, Section 1.

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