Minnesota Takes Bold Leap into the Future with Legalization of Flying Cars

ST. PAUL, MN (trfnews.i234.me) – In a significant move towards the future of transportation, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz recently signed a bipartisan transportation bill that includes provisions for the use of flying cars, known as “roadable aircraft.”

The new law outlines the requirements for state registration of these “roadable aircraft,” allowing them to be driven on state roads and highways. While these vehicles can operate both as cars and planes, takeoff and landing on public roads are prohibited unless there is an emergency.

Samson Sky, one of the companies behind these street-legal airplanes, claims their vehicle can fly up to 500 miles on a single tank of gas.

Minnesota is the second state in the U.S. to make flying cars legal, following New Hampshire, which passed similar legislation in 2020.

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