posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 07:39 AM
The biggest problem with any potential flying car becoming main stream, beyond the practicality and offordability of them is regulation.
There have been many examples of flying cars produced since the 1950's, however even with the current crop of 'planes you can drive' no one has yet
managed to build one that isnt the size of a truck on the road, meaning that you need a HGV license to drive the thing, as well as your light aircraft
certification and licences in order to legally fly them. They also need to be kept in particular locations when not in use.
As far as I know, you would need at least 5 licences in order to use a flying car in the US and you would need a hanger to park the thing once you're
While I'd love the opportunity to own and operate one, I can think of one reason why I'm glad they dont exist yet...
bloody sunday drivers. I'm not sure Id like to share the sky with some of the idiots that manage to drive regualr cars and motorbikes on 2