You do not have to have a license to buy a car if the dealer approves. Some car dealerships prefer the buyer to have a license.
You can buy a car out of state in any state in America. However, you must transfer the title and paperwork and license it in your state.
They give you a paper temp tag.
yes as long as you don't drive it on the road
You can purchase a car in Georgia and take it back to Florida when you purchase from a major car dealership. Smaller car dealerships that finance will likely not allow you to take the car out of state.
You don't need a license to buy a car, but you need a license to drive a car on a public highway.
you can buy a car with out a license in DC
Sure, buy it, then license it in your state.
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.
Yes you can buy a car with a temporary drivers license. You have to be able to get your car insured and show proof of insurance.
Virginia, like all other states, requires a license in order to drive a car, but does not require a license to buy one. To buy a car all you need is money, or credit.
Insurance and a license plate
The previous answer is wrong you do not need a license to buy a car
get someone else to buy the car for you
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.
Yes, you can buy a car from a dealer without a driver's license. But, you will not be able to test drive the car before you buy it.