Pardon me, but. What?? If one operates a motor vehicle, key is in the ignition, he is driving and needs a license. For hire, may require a different class of license.
Driving a car or any motor vehicle is driving! One needs a driver's license to drive whether for personal or commercial purposes. Stop reading dictionary and use common sense. You also do not pose a question.
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If someone is driving on his or her own property, they do not need a drivers license. If a person drives on the public streets, then they are required to have a valid drivers license, insurance, plates, etc. The law beats violators every time.
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