S.D. Codified Laws § 32-12-48
If a defendant is convicted under § 32-23-2, 32-23-3, 32-23-4, 32-23-4.6, or 32-23-4.7, the period of revocation shall commence on the date the driver license was surrendered to and received by the Department of Public Safety. However, the surrender to the court at the time of conviction is considered a surrender to the department. At the conclusion of the period of revocation ordered by the court and if future proof is filed with the Department of Public Safety as required by chapter 32-35, the defendant may submit an application for a driver license, accompanied by a fee of seventy-five dollars if revocation of the license was for a conviction under § 32-23-2, one hundred twenty-five dollars if revocation of the license was for a conviction under § 32-23-3, or one hundred seventy-five dollars if revocation of the license was for a conviction under § 32-23-4, 32-23-4.6, or 32-23-4.7. The department may issue a driver license to the defendant, if, after an investigation of the character, habits and driving ability of the defendant, the department is satisfied it is safe to grant the privilege of driving a motor vehicle to the defendant. A driver license issued under the provisions of this section shall show the restrictions, if any, imposed by the court and the date when the restrictions are to cease.
Amount depends on original reason for revocation.