Yes you would need a valid drivers license to register a vehicle in mass.
No. You do not need to possess a license in order to register ownership of a vehicle.
not in Oregon
No, you do not need to have a permit or license in order to register ownership of a vehicle in your name.
NO, to title and register a vehicle in Maryland you must only have a valid insurance card and a state issued Identification card with a soundex number.
Yes. You do not need to have a driver's license in order to register a motor vehicle and get tags for it.
No, it is not necessary to possess a drivers license in order to register a vehicle.
[original answer was removed by WikiAnswers Supervisor as a nonsense answer]ANSWER: No, you do not need to have a permit or license in order to register ownership of a vehicle in your name.
No, you do not. I have my registration, and no license; and I am driving =)
Yes you need a driver's license to register a vehicle. You will also need some type of proof of address where you live like a piece of mail sent to you i.e. paystub, etc.
You do need to license and register a 44cc gas motor scooter in New Mexico. To ride it, you need a valid driver's license of any class or permit.
No you do not. They do not ask for identification when registering a vehicle.
Can you give more detail? Are you asking if you need insurance to "register" your vehicle?
You do not need a license to purchase or register a vehicle in Minnesota, but you must have a valid license to drive it.You need to do the following to register a vehicle in Minnesota:Show ID. Picture ID must be current or expired less than five years ago. Non-picture ID must be current or expired less than one year.Provide proof of vehicle ownership.Provide proof of liability insurance.Pay the registration fee ($22.50, or current amount).Provide an odometer reading.Pay registration tax (depends on type, age, and original value of the vehicle).
Insurance would not require a valid registration but in order to be able to drive the vehicle you would need to register the vehicle again. You probably would not be able to register the vehicle until after you insure it.
In some cases yes but you need to check with the Department of motor Vehicles in your jurisdiction. In most states a minor cannot register a car if they don't have a driver's license. In some states an adult who chooses not to have a driver's license can register a car for their own use. Examples would be an elderly person who no longer drives and has a driver or a disabled person who cannot drive and still maintains a vehicle and has a driver.
You do not need to have any type of license to insure and register a vehicle in Alberta. You'll obviously not be able to operate it without one, or in your case without a fully licensed driver in the vehicle with you or as per the provisions of your class 7 license.
No, not to register a motorcycle but you do need a license to ride a motorcyle in Florida.
Yes, because it is a street-legal vehicle. Even trailers have to get licenses.
YES you can own a car without having a driver's license. Now to drive it and get it properly registered, that's another storyAnswerIn some states you are able to register a car without having a valid driver's license. However, insurance companies will not insure the vehicle without special provisions included in the policy. For example, if the owner is disabled and another person will be driving the vehicle for them, that person will need to be on the insurance policy. AnswerHere in Texas, you can register a vehicle without having ever applied for a Texas driver's license. It's totally ridiculous. The state basically tells you to get insurance coverage, register your vehicle THEN go and appy for a driver's license.
You do not need a license in order to register a vehcile. You just can't OPERATE it.
Yes, you do need a FL license to register your car in Florida. You can get your drivers license changed from RI to FL and register your car at the local DMV office.
You will need a valid driver's license for identification.
Yes you do need to have a valid legal license.
For financing - yes. To buy outright - no. At least that is here in NY. You don't need a SS# to title or register a vehicle here. However - you do need a license and you need the SS# to get the license.