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Here is a link that discusses the requirements state by state. North Carolina will allow the use of an out of state learner's permit in most cases, South Carolina will not. One issue is that different states have different restrictions. For instance, some states, including Virginia, will allow learners' permits for age 15; most states require age 16, and ...


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This will vary from state to state. Given Myrtle Beach location you should be concerned about 2 states (North and South Carolina). Specifically for North Carolina he can definitely do it. A learners permit from another state is valid in North Carolina, but only if the driver is age sixteen or older. The International Drivers License is NOT recognized in ...


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Based on your description, it seems Amtrak would be the most practical option. A car would be faster, but all things considered, Amtrak is also an option. The Amtrak stations are not city-center so Uber, cab or local bus would be required. I have travelled on various inter-city Amtrak services and I would describe it as 'perfectly serviceable'. The seats ...


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The drive between the two cities is only two hours, and as with the U.S. in general, gasoline is extremely inexpensive compared to most of the world, and the road network is extensive and reasonably well-maintained, so the vast majority of people with access to a car will drive this route. I agree with you, however, that once you arrive, it will be a hassle ...


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According to the web site of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, either a SSN or an alien identification card is required: Social Security Number: The disclosure of your social security number or alien identification number is required to obtain SC hunting and fishing licenses. This complies with SC Code of Laws Section 63-14-1080 and ...


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A quick google led me to this webpage. It says you need to check the driving rules for the states you are going to, but it also says you should get an International Driving Permit before you arrive. I got one of these before I went to the US to study for a year, but I am pretty sure my parents didn't bother when they came to the US and hired a car. That ...


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The "Intimidator" is the tallest, fastest, and longest coaster in the southeast. It's located in the Carowinds Plaza near Charlotte. They seem to have a massive number of "Thrill rides". It is a bit far away (3+ hours drive) but might be worth for a day trip. Other parks closer to Myrtle beach are the Hard Rock Park, which looks a lot tamer, the Family ...


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