There may be as much skepticism as there is hype around urban air mobility and flying cars, but an online survey by University of Michigan researchers suggests most people in the U.S. would use them if they become operational. “The overall conclusion from the findings is that, despite the fact that most Americans are very concerned about the safety of flying cars, most would still ultimately like to use them,” said researchers Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle. The research ...
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