As I already stated, if you do decide to get rid of your drivers license, license plates, etc., you will get pulled over and arrested, go to jail, etc...but any fines levied due to not having these items are also not legal
"There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of this exercise of Constitutional rights."- Sherar v. Cullen, 481 F. 945. ( There is no question that a citation/ticket issued by a police officer, for no drivers license, no current vehicle registration, no vehicle insurance etc. which carries a fine or jail time, is a penalty or sanction, and is indeed "converting a Right into a crime".)
Some Court cases discussing the right to travel vs. the Privilege of driving - Forums Big News Network
(yea, I know jeepitupyo already copy-pasted these links from somewhere)
do a little research and you will easily find many more cases holding this as fact.
Does any of this mean I am personally against licensing people to operate a motor vehicle, or licensing the vehicle itself? No, it does not mean that. I point all of this out for one simple matter.
The governement does step on our rights, remove them entirely if allowed, ignore the constitution, and we allow them to do it. It usually happens in ways that people dont even realize it is being done. Some will, and speak out against it, but for the most part, the people of this country have become lazy and ignorant of what thier rights actually are, what few powers the federal and state governments actually do have, and that the founding fathers chose thier wording of the original documents which this country was based on very carefully, because they were smart enough to know that they didnt know what the future might hold.