Davis company develops 'Skycar'
DAVIS, Calif. (KGO) -- It may seem like science fiction, but flying cars will soon become reality.
A Davis company has developed what it calls the "Skycar" and now, Moller International has enough financial backers to get production rolling.
The Skycar 200 is designed for low flight and can be driven on a street.
It's classified as light sports aviation, so you don't need a pilot's license to drive it.
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