New Hampshire could become the first state in the nation to allow flying cars on the road. Gov. Chris Sununu signed HB1182 on Friday, to allow the study of on-road usage of non-traditional motor vehicles. The cars would likely fly into an airport, then drive to their final destination. “There was nothing on the books that would have allowed this type of vehicle on the road,” said Rep. Sherman Packard, one of the bill’s sponsors. “To allow them to even exist in New Hampshire we had to pass this type of legislation.” Packard says this project has been in the making for about a decade. “We knew at some point it was going to come,” said Packard of the legislation. “It just happened to come this session.” Packard says these cars won’t be seen on daily...
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Flying Cars Could Soon Be Driving On New Hampshire Roads