One in every garage?
What a load of Goober Goo!. Worlds First Flying Car my Arse.One in every garage?
Thats pretty awsome!What a load of Goober Goo!. Worlds First Flying Car my Arse.
1949 Taylor Aerocar I in action. One was even featured in the 1961 TV show The Bob Cummings Show.
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Children these days, they don't know whether they are winding their butt or scratching their watch.
Even their jets have electrical problems.There's a time for Flying and a time for Driving and Honda has you covered.
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FYI the JetElite does not have engine idle stop and it is very strongly suggested that one uses only OEM fluids. (They are expensive) The nav system is outstanding, but a little too large to fit into the Passport dash. Darn!
It needs to be for dummies.It might be technologically possible, but are we ready for it socially? Have you seen the FAA regulation/requirements you got to meet before you are allowed to pilot something? Imagine if any idiot can take to the air...
I think I'd trust autonomous flying vehicles over ones on the road. Tesla technology tends to lull their customers to sleep behind the wheel. Their avoidance system can not react fast enough at high speeds and road construction areas where painted lines cross can prove fatal.You mean like for Tesla's eventual target demographic?