Not legally if your state requires auto insurance coverage for all licensed drivers. If you own a vehicle and do not have auto insurance and operate that vehicle without coverage you open yourself up to potential fines and/or suspensions. You also open yourself up to possible financial hardship should you be involved in an accident that you are deemed at fault for.
In the State of North Dakota, you are required to have a drivers license to legally drive a car alone without fines or penalties. However, there are a few insurance companies that will insure you and a vehicle if you have a permit and you own a vehicle. If you are driving the vehicle you own with a licensed driver you will be able to legally operate your vehicle and have it insured in your name.