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There is no requirement that the owner of a car have a driver's license; but of course a license would be needed to operate it.
The seller can absolve him/herself of liability by going with the buyer to change title to the buyer's name (secretary of state branch office) or by retaining a copy of the bill of sale. If the seller has the bill of sale then they are not liable for issues arising from operation of the vehicle after that date.
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