If you lack a license simply because you no longer drive but still need auto insurance, you should buy a policy and ask to be excluded from it. Being an excluded driver means that you are not authorized to drive the car. If you drive the car and have an accident, there is no coverage.
You may need to show proof of insurance to reinstate your license. In situations like this, you’ll need to file an SR-22. An SR-22 is a certificate of financial responsibility that allows you to get and show proof of insurance to unsuspend your license.