Alex Mac

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New Hampshire Legalizes 'Flying Cars' on the Road

On July 28, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed NH HB1517, a.k.a. the "Jetson Bill" or "Jetson Law." Under the new law, "flying cars" will be allowed on public roads as long as their wings and rotors are retracted, allowing the vehicle to be driven like a car. 'Public roads will only be used as runways in emergencies. If you fly into Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in one of these things ... the difference now is that instead of putting it in a hangar and calling a cab or Uber, you fold the wings up and you can drive to your hotel,' New Hampshire Rep. Steven Smith. Flying cars currently in development are the Terrafugia Transition, Samson Switchblade and PAL-V. 'This is a landmark event, and early adopters of this type of state legislation will be the leaders of a new transportation technology,' Samson Sky CEO Sam Bousfield

New Hampshire Legalizes 'Flying Cars' on the Road

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