Basically, one you think not having a license will be a total disqualifier. If they feel it's vital for the role and they can't accommodate your disability, then they can still legally reject people because of a disability.
If they specifically ask if you have a drivers license, deflect and ask if driving is a vital part of the position. That will kind of put them in a corner because if they just say "well we want someone who can get here on time because the public transportation sucks" then it's not a vital part of the job and they can't discriminate because of it. Then you can say that you don't because you can't legally drive due to a disability.
Just a note: EEOC doesn't require you to disclose specifics about your disability. https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/publications/ada18.cfm