If flying cars become a reality what will the traffic scenario be like?
It would be horrendous. Can you imagine people texting while flying? Is that called flexting? Actually, flying cars do exist now, but they are very expensive and are subject to the same rules as normal airplanes. In other words, you still need a pilot's license to fly them.
It would be a mess, cant imagine traffic signals in air.., and with no roads in line, people would be going around everywhere with no sense of direction.
I believe it is coming. How will a common traffic scenario be? I can't help but to think of the Jetsons.
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