1) That the common law right to travel still exists; 2) When travelling in your personal conveyance of the day there is no requirement for a license, insurance, road tax or MOT as it is not covered by any statute such as the road traffic act.
Is there a right to travel without a driver’s license in the United States?
Yes, you are allowed to travel in a motor vehicle without a driver’s license, as long as you are not driving the vehicle. All 50 states have seen fit to enact traffic codes pursuant to their police power. Such regulation has not been found to infringe upon the right of Freedom of Movement, aka the “right to travel.”
Is there a legal difference between driving and traveling?
Traveling (non-specific moving from one place to another) doesn’t require a license, but driving (operating a motor vehicle) does, and that’s because driving is a privilege. You can be traveling without operating a vehicle. Someone else could be operating the vehicle. They are also traveling.
How can I travel without a driver’s license?
You may still fly on US domestic flights, provided that you go through additional identity and security screening at the TSA security checkpoint. So the bottom line is yes, you can fly domestically without a driver’s license, or other government-issued photo ID if either was lost or stolen.
What vehicle can I drive without a license?
Motorized wheelchairs, golf carts on streets with a posted limit of less than 35 miles per hour, Segways, “hoverboards.” In most states, you must have a valid driver’s license to operate a moped. The only “moped-like” vehicle you can operate without a license is a motorized bicycle.