Replacing private cars with Aerodynes.
The flying portion of the expedition eventually ended when inventor Gilo Cardozo crashed into a tree"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parajet_Skycar2- Terrafugia Transition: "December, 2011 saw the base price increased to US$279,000."It also needs 10,000 feet of runway to take off....http://translogic.aolautos.com/2012/04/05/terrafugia-transition-flying-car-lands-at-new-york-auto-show/3- Pal-V: The thing where only 1 exists and can only be maintained properly by trained helicopter mechanics where the price tag is over $200,000?http://www.futurecars.com/futurecarscom/future-cars/flying-cars/pal-v-one-future-fantasy-trike 4- X-Hawk: The machine that so far has only flown up to 3 feet and costs $3.2 million to own?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-HawkEach one of the devices the Pro has submitted has either resulted in limited success, killed their inventors, or costs a ridiculous amount of money. I could easily dive into how $60,000 for a machine is also outside the finances of most families, but the fact that these things dont even fly and that the only company that makes them is filing for bankruptcy negates that their flying cars will create the future. Things which currently do not exist, would be difficult to be built and maintained, and would replace systems that already exist and are successful does not sound like "the future" it sounds like a headache, chaos, and killing commerceShow that these things can actually be built, dont just magically assume they can be there4) "Debate is about replacing private cars not commercial transports."People use cars to move goods and people but these small, inefficient, not functional, and very unstable machines cannot support the load as successful as traditional cars and vans can.