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- Mar 1, 2004
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New Hampshire is the first state to enact a law that allows flying vehicles on its roads.
To be clear, the legislation doesn't let future flying cars zip above roadways, but it does allow them to operate as a traditional vehicle on public roads. Essentially, it lets tomorrow's drivers/pilots drive to the airport and then takeoff towards the skies. And no funny business, either; flying cars will not be allowed to take off and land on public roads.
Will New Hampshire suddenly look like GTA 5? No, but the state's ready to let them hit the road legally.