Class E and F Driver’s Licenses
A Class E driver's license is required to drive non-commercial single unit vehicles with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) more than 26,000 pounds. Examples of Class E vehicles include trucks and motor homes (recreational vehicles/RVs). When you practice driving, you must be accompanied by an.
SC requires a non-commercial class E or F if your RV is over 26,000 lbs GVRW.
A Class F license is required to drive non-commercial combination vehicles with a GVW more than 26,000 pounds. Class F vehicles are the same as Class E vehicles plus a towed trailer or vehicle. When you practice driving, you must be accompanied by an experienced licensed driver.
You must have prior driving experience, or have held a beginner's permit for the license you're interested in earning for at least 180 days, to apply.