State of Emergency for South Carolina: Hurricane Joaquin

Hurricane Joaquin’s aftermath has caused South Carolina to issue state of emergency and state of disaster. In an effort to alleviate the state, the Department of Motor Vehicles for the state of South Carolina has temporarily suspended IRP, IFTA, and UCR requirements for out of state vehicles transporting relief and humanitarian supplies. The suspension is in effect until November 30, 2015.

South Carolina has requested that sister States allow similar exemptions to vehicles traveling through to allow equipment and supplies for relief efforts to have easy access to the affected state.

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Written By Yesenia Carrillo