Yes, you must have a valid driver's license to purchase a vehicle....from a dealer. If you purchase from a private party (like a used vehicle), they don't require a valid driver's license. But you will be required to have one if you register the vehicle. *** I work in the home health industry, and we have several clients who own there own vehicles but no longer have a license. They keep the vehicles so that they can be driven to appointments and do errands.
A license is not required to purchase a ca; however, you will have to have a valid license to get insurance. Most lenders require A valid license before they will loan money on a car.
A driver's license is not required to purchase a car in the state of Texas. A license is required in order to drive the car.
No you cannot. A license is required.
You can purchase a non-owner policy which is used occasionally if a person is required by the state to carry valid insurance in order to keep your license.
No, one can not purchase a car in Texas with just a learner's permit. A person must have a valid drivers license.
In the United States it is not required that you have a drivers license of any type to purchase and own a car. You do need a license though to drive the car.
You must have a valid drivers license to rent a car. A suspended license is not a valid one.
You can not. The insurance you purchase when you rent a car assumes that you already have a valid drivers license, otherwise you can not rent the car to begin with.
Do you mean you have an invalid car tag or do not have a valid drivers license? If you have a valid car tag and have a friend or relative with a valid driver's license and valid insurance, you can get that person to drive your car for you after you pay all the fees. That person does not have to be insured to drive your car. If you do not have a valid car tag, you might be able to hire a tow truck. That way you can leave your car there until you can get a valid license and insurance and stop running up pound fees.
As long as the driver has a valid driver's license for either country and your car is insured with the minimum liabilities required for either country. Also the plated car must have a current and valid license tag
Most lenders will allow a co-signer to sign for a car loan without a valid driver's license. However, some form of identification will be required to prove identity of the co-signer.
No. A driver's license is not required to register a vehicle. There are many reasons why a person without a license might own a car. It could be an elderly person who has someone drive them around or a company car...
Yes. The car dealer is responsible for insurance when cars are test driven. They only need to make certain the potential driver has a valid license.
No... You will also need a valid driver's license...
Sure. If you have no valid license, you have no business driving a car at all. If you weren't driving illegally, you wouldn't have had the accident.
As far as I know, you will be required to present a valid driver license to rent a car. A learner's permit is not enough. Also there is typically a minimum age to rent a car. 25 is the standard although there are companies that will rent to someone younger (but over 18) for an additional fee.
It would be advisable to obtain an International license while driving in Canada, but a valid driver's license from any country is valid at many car rental agencies in the country.
No, you must have a valid drivers license to register your car.
In the state of Pennsylvania can you purchase a car with out a drivers license.
Each state is different, but to purchase a car in FL you HAEV to have a valid drivers license.
not in Oregon
With your permission, yes.
Yes, of course. Also, I'd like to conculde, that when you are 16 you can get a valid drivers license and register a car.
No. You must have a valid driver's license to insure your car.
I am not aware of any state that will allow you to buy a car without a valid drivers license.