Can I travel freely by driving without getting a license from the state?

Question Detail: I would like to drive without having to get a state license. I understand that the United States Constitution guarantees us the right to travel the roads of the land freely.

Answer: Are you kidding me? The United States Constitution does not guarantee you the right to drive on the public roads without a driver's license. Wherever did you get that nonsense? Everyone who wants to do whatever they want without having to follow the rules seems to think the US Constitution grants them that right. It doesn't do 90% of what people argue it does. And in this instance you need a driver's license.

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