> > > > > > > It doesn't matter for the offroad one in the slightest. You can drive it on > roads > > > as easily as you can drive > > > > a car on the dirt. You can't (legally) drive a small airplane, with or without > > > folding wings, down the road. > > > > > > Right. You can't defend it, so forget it. > > > > > > > Uhhh... it was perfectly defended there. You're just too stubborn to admit it. > > Excuse me? You specifically said exactly what I quoted you as saying: > It doesn't matter for the offroad one in the slightest. You can drive it on roads > as easily as you can drive a car on the dirt. > > So, yeah. You "defended" what with that? >
Yes. The off-road vehicle is legal to drive on roads. What don't you understand here? How is it in any way an argument against what I was saying?
> And here you've said that the very things you're claiming are flying cars, are NOT > flying cars, because you can't drive them on a road, which you've claimed is an > essential part of anything qualifying as a "car." >
You're a teacher, aren't you? Your stupidity astonishes me. Were you watching the same promo videos as I was? Showing them driving down the road, to the airport, taking flight, then driving down the road again? There are videos that show the entire trip of people demonstrating their models. Starting from the garage of a home.
This one doesn't start from the garage of a home, but I can't be bothered at this point to find it. This video at least shows a public highway...
Or you could just concede with the manufacturer's own description:
"AeroMobil is a flying car that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. As a car it fits into any standard parking space, uses regular gasoline, and can be used in road traffic just like any other car. As a plane it can use any airport in the world, but can also take off and land using any grass strip or paved surface just a few hundred meters long."
This is from no media group whatsoever (even though it's regurgitated on several). It's from the manufacturer's web page. It meets ALL requirements to be called a car. And it flies. It's a Flying Car. Case closed.