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December 08, 2021

YOUR 45,000TH ARTICLE HERALDING THE ARRIVAL OF A ‘FLYING CAR’

Here you go.

Key Sentence: The car can run continually for 20 minutes.

(Thanks to Rod Nunley, ImNotDave, coscolo, Le Petomane and Ranald Adams)

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That’s quite an expensive tool for cleaning roof gutters.

Can't you just attach a pair of suspenders to a drone?

And so affordable too.

Cheaper than a Tesla, and less prone to crash.

One of these flying cars would be fun. That is until you have been flying like a bird, carefree, enjoying the scenery and freedom of flight before you realize you are at an elevation of 1,000 feet and you've been airborne for 21 minutes.

I also understand a pilot's license may not be required. What could possibly go wrong?

Maybe it's just me but, I think people need to learn how to drive on the ground before they start thinking about flying cars.

One of the first things a new pilot learns is takeoffs are optional. Landings are not.

"Continually" implies the possibility of stopping and starting again. In mid-air?

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