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Hagerty Employee

New Hampshire allows flying cars on the road–but don’t expect to see any

New Hampshire has become the first U.S. state to allow flying cars to be driven on its roads. Under House Bill 1182, also known as the “Jetson Bill,” flying cars are legal to operate as conventional cars on the Live Free or Die state’s road network.


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Intermediate Driver

Elios for the wealthy. 


People who think this is a good idea have no clue how hard it is to get a pilots license. The main use I can see for the vehicle is not as a car that flies but rather as a plane that can be driven to the destination when the weather is bad.

Pit Crew

SUV's have been doing barrel rows for years, so what the big deal?