For it to happen in your dreams. You must be a resident of the state you're registering your car in.
Yes, you will need a drivers license to register a car in the state of Texas. Other items needed are proof of insurance and a certificate of inspection.
Evidence of financial responsiblity
after living in Texas for 30 days they can get their car registered in Texas. :)
Go to DPS (in Texas), and get a temporary tag and an out of state form.
You do not need a drivers license to register a car in the state of Missouri. A drivers license is only required if you intend to drive the car.
take the car to Texas and register it there
No, you can not register a car in a state that you do not reside in. It is illegal to do so, you must register your car where you live.
Depends on where you get the best deal and what you need to do to register it where you live.
No, you would need to register it. The dealership simply "signs off".
To properly register a foreign car in Texas the owner of the vehicle will have to have local insurance, driver's license, a fill out several forms of paperwork. The paper work is to ensure the car as legally brought to the country.