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 if you can prove you live in both states.
No, not in Texas or any other state.
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.
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.
Yes, you just can't drive the car.
You can own a car without having a drivers license.
You can drive without the license but if you get stopped by an officer he may cite you for it. But he can check of you have a valid license and if you don't the car could be impounded.
It depends on your state's laws, but in AL, if you turn 18 without a permit, you can get a drivers license from the DMV.
You can get a divers license with or without having a GED.
you can drive anywhere in the U.S. with any states drivers liscense.It is possible to drive across the country without having to obtain a drivers license in each state because a drivers license is valid in all 50 states. Most states also have a drivers license compact that reports traffic infractions.
Most states will give you a citation for not having a drivers license.
Yes, you can work without having a driver's license, although you will need another form of legal ID.
No, in most states, no matter how old you are you must have your permit before you can obtain a driver's license.
The risk of arrest, fines, having your vehicle impounded, being disqualified from obtaining a license, possible jail time.
It is illegal to drive in any US state, to drive any car, if you do not have a driving license.
The answer is contained in the question itself. Pay your fines (and penalties, if any) - take the drivers course and successfully complete it - then, re-apply for your license.
yes.... but try to insure it..........
No you need a valid DL for the loan officer to see...or you could have someone co-sign a loan for you...
You have a license in Arizona. Having one from another state would be illegal.