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Nothing, assuming you get north-carolina insurance on the car that continues to cover then and you let them know your new address. If they have a branch in north-carolina they will transfer the loan there, if not you'll do it by mail.
You have a period of time to register your car in California. If I recall correctly, the remaining balance of your registration in your South Carolina. Look at the license plate stickers which gives you the month and year for renewal, that's what the police look for. Other than that it is not your banks business where you take your car. Just continue to make the payments as usual. Do remember that as long as the car is not paid for the lien on the car "travels" with it. When you move to California you will have to state the lien-holder (the lending party). Other than the bank, don't forget the insurance company. You are suppose to notify them anytime you change addresses (specially states). Your rates may change (likely go up). At some point you have to update your drivers license. You don''t have to take a test just get your picture taken and provide current address. I can't recall how soon, but since it is your main form of identification you want to avoid hassles. Below I provide California's DMV website as a reference. It is full of information and services like making appointments (lines are long!) and services that you can pay over the Internet. Good luck and welcome to California!
You will need to notify the bank/loan company that you are taking the car to another state and provide the address and any other information they ask ... does the bank have a branch or associated bank in California ... if you have good credit and provide the new job info or the fact that your company has asked you to move then you should expect no problems ... and after living in California for (( I think )) 30 days you are required to change license plates ... that will notify the bank and the DMV in both states...
If you wonder whether or not the bill will still exist- yes it will. You agreed to pay it. Do what you want to do, but be aware of the contract you agreed to and that it is still valid, no matter where you go. Just because you asked that question, I'm inspired to judge you as someone I'd never hope to do business with.
You are still responsible for paying the note regardless.