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Marcio_Farias escreveu:My comments (and questions) may seem spaced out, but what type organization do our (oft-crowded or pot-holed) roads need? What keeps you from piloting a flying car?
Marcio_Farias escreveu:No. I just hoped you would answer my questions. In my metaphysical interpretation of traffic improvability, the city councils in my city should follow Japan's quick way of rebuilding (earthquake-) damaged roads. It can rebuild an entire road in less than a week. It did it in 2010. My city councils, well, they should contract more road builders using high-class material and better road-building equipment. Either that or they should conceive a project for local aerial traffic safe enough for flying cars to zip through, fro and back. Of course, to drive one of these one should have flying lessons in an airplane almost similarly as one would have driving lessons in a car.
Local motorists, however, should change their views toward driving. Unfortunately you cannot change that overnight. Local motorists will still rather drive than fly. And even if local, road-rage motorists could fly, they would still need more than just flying lessons. This you can reasonably assume.
Nevertheless the day will come for a generation using solely quick-moving flying cars. By the time this effectively happens, we will have wheel-less personal vehicles pretty much like the Jetsons. (Just imagine flying over Mount Everest at your will or landing on a distant paradisical island on a sunny day after flying for a couple of days. How about paying Canada a week-long visit before heading for the UK across the Atlantic all in your personal flying car?)
Our own future daily routines may include hopping onto one of these and off you fly.
Marcio_Farias escreveu:Yes, controlling local air traffic would constitute a big problem, inasmuch as flying cars would have to share the air with helicopters. Yes again, air crashes would occur more frequently, it requiring more SAMU ambulances and aerial fire trucks. Just imagine how much intensive training that would require, you know, parachutes for all, survival tests, and the entire national transit code remade on the basis of it.
Come to think of it, you would not catch me driving a flying car. I'd rather go for a helicopter... if I have the dough to buy one, though.
Marcio_Farias escreveu:How about "driving" a driverless car?
That means the car will do the driving for you.
Check it out here.