Will New Hampshire suddenly look like GTA 5? No, but the state’s ready to let them hit the road legally.
This is the Switchblade, which was supposed to arrive last year.
We’ve been promised flying cars for seemingly decades, and although we still don’t have one ready for production, New Hampshire has gone ahead and given them the OK.
On Wednesday, the Granite State passed House Bill 1182, aka the “Jetson Bill,” into law, and the transportation bill includes a prevision that makes flying cars legal on public roads. There aren’t any to hit the roads today, but it’s a future forward gesture, I suppose.