The entire state of South Carolina uses the Eastern time zone, UTC -5 and follows daylight saving time with UTC -4.South Carolina is located in the Eastern Time Zone of the United States of America (USA). UU.). Eastern Standard Time (EST) is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT-). The state of South Carolina is in the Eastern Time Zone.
All counties and cities in the state have the same time zone, with no exceptions. South Carolina follows daylight saving time, so there are two different clocks depending on the time of year. Like most states in the U.S. In the US, daylight saving time (DST) is observed in South Carolina, where the time is brought forward by 1 hour to Eastern Summer Time (EDT), which is 4 hours less than the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT-).
World Time, United States, South Carolina. After the summer months, time in South Carolina is delayed by 1 hour to US Eastern Standard Time. UU. (EST) or (GMT-).