I’m not sure how this is even a question. You need a license to drive for any purpose.
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Absolutely. Everyone just drives from point a to point b. That’s how transportation works.
Yes, it's illegal, and this is a very silly question.
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It's one thing to not have a driver's license in your possession, but another thing altogether if you are suspended, revoked or barred from driving by the State of Iowa. Regardless of the circumstances, it's illegal to operate a motor vehicle in the state without permission and no one on this forum would advise you to do that. Jails across the state are teeming with those who thought they could make it to the store and back only to have some officer run a registration plate in between rounds of Angry Birds and discover that the owner has a DOT sanction in effect. Not worth it. Uber.
Anyone operating a vehicle does so to get from a point of origin to a destination -- literally everyone who drives a car is "just traveling from point A to point B." There isn't a nonzero duration or distance that you can legally drive without a license.
If you are not licensed to drive, you cannot legally drive -- not ten feet, ten yards, or ten miles -- and if you do, you can be arrested and/or charged accordingly.
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