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Depends on the state, but generally, no. But you'll probably need one to register the car in your name, and you'll definitely need one for insurance.
The post is correct yes you can purchase a vehicle without a drivers license and you can even insure it without one. The issue is you'll be required to have someone else on the insurance until you get your license but with your parents' agent anyway. All this can be changed over once you qualify for your permanent license.
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