I was reading a story on AOL News about our degrading interstate. How most bridges and tunnels where only designed for a life span of 50 years, and that is now approaching fast. I know the Driscoll bridge was finally just replaced, and that really needed it as it's a key transport to Southern NJ. But, when all is said and done, is ANYONE working on the flying car? We don't have to get high off the ground. Maybe 100 meters over the houses of residents, depending on how quiet the propulsion system is. Traffic routes can follow existing highways and roads, and not go beyond that so no one gets lost... Per a drunken flying car driver, an un turn offable saftey measure could kick in, so residents need not worry. Say a pre-programed route is put into place. If the driver suddenly turns the stick down and plummets to the ground, the computer system instantly takes over, and puts them back on track... So, has anyone seriously begun working on a flying car, like the have the car boat?