As a general rule, a flying car is a small aircraft that has been turned into a car that can travel. Due to its adaptive nature, no special technology applies to fly cars as a class. When people think of flying cars, they do not think about helicopters. After all, it would not be so dangerous if the rotor blades turn towards you, then go to local Starbucks or your supermarket. Namely, it is believed that flying cars have wings similar to those aircraft and perhaps ventilators of the ventilation system in which the blades are locked around the vehicle to hurt anyone. Flying cars, also called "mobile aircraft" and "personal aircraft" (PAVs), are vehicles that can travel on standard roads and fly in the air. In conceptual terms, integrated flight cars should be considered when switching from road to flight, and vice versa, no tuning of vehicle parts and modular flying cars are required as parts needed to be stored for flight (in the airport, for example) and add if it is necessary. The availability of flying cars is extremely limited, but the idea of a dual purpose vehicle is still a popular idea by both fans and inventor James Bond. Most flying cars exist as prototypes or concepts in development. As a general rule, a flying car is a small aircraft that has been turned into a car that can travel. Due to its adaptive nature, no special technology applies to fly cars as a class. However, there are some strategies, such as vertical take-off and landing, that designers prefer. Read Also: How hybrid cars work Flying cars are becoming competitive Sky Moller is not the only flying car in production. Flying cars or personal jets (PAVs) are personal vehicles that drive both on the road and in the air. Along with Moller Sky Car, at least four VAVs are in development. Transition Terrafugia Inc., Haynes Aero Sky blazer Haynes Aero, Aerospace Magic Dragon Strong Mobile and Moller Sky car M400 Moller International revolutionize the road traffic sector. This change has shifted the concept and potential that the army has long maintained as a "carmaker". The implications of these projects are numerous and can greatly complicate the transport sector, urbanism, and aviation in the coming years. Fly vertically All flying cars of the future are not used, far from technology and vertical landing (VTOL), but they certainly knew those who stand out in the crowd. With this innovation, PAV can be removed instead of being removed, so it looks more like a car that is not flying a car. VTOL used the US Army. For some time, especially in the shape of the Harrier Plane. The incredible thing is that Moller Sky Car and X-Hawk use the same technology in their "input vehicles". VTOL has a number of shortcomings, such as price, but the benefits of VTOL ( technology and vertical landing technology) in flying cars are clear, there are no traces. Do not forget one of the famous lines that Doc Brown Marty said at the end of the Return to the Future: "The Roads Where Do We Go, We Do Not Need the Road?"