I'm sure you can you would just have to take both the writing and reading portion and then if allowed take the drivers portion that if you pass the test both reading and writing and then the driving if you only pass the reading and writing would they give you a permit call and check with the license bureau in Florida.
Yes. You can be the registered owner of a vehicle and apply for license plates even without having a drivers permit.
No, you must have a valid drivers license to register your car.
Yes, you can buy a car in Kansas without having a drivers license. However, you will need a license in order to title a car.
No, not in Texas or any other state.
No if you can prove you live in both states.
You can own a car without having a drivers license.
It varies from state to state. Here in Florida, not having your license is a $74.50 ticket. Driving without ever having obtained a valid license is a mandatory court appearance.
Yes, you just can't drive the car.
It all depends on the state you live in. For example, in VA it is possible to have a motorcycle license without having a drivers license. If you already have a drivers license, you would get an M-Class endorsement.
You can get a divers license with or without having a GED.