Flying Car Accident Under Investigation In Canada

Flying cars might be a thing of the future, or a thing of today if you have an I-TEC Maverick LSA Flying Car.

Using a parachute to keep the car in the air, the company’s website says it’s:

“design has been developed as an easy-to-operate – air, land, and snow craft. It is intuitive and safe to fly, drive and maintain by people in frontier areas of the world enabling them to use this unique vehicle in missions and humanitarian applications.”

Transportation Canada might be disputing those claims after one of these cars crashed into Ellis Elementary School  in Vernon, British Columbia.

The parachute collapsed and the driver and passenger were treated for minor injuries.

No word if it was the fault of the driver or a fault in the car but something tells me it might be a while before the flying car phenomena becomes a mainstream hit.  [ Source ]  [ Picture ]

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