Miami Flying Car Accident Lawyer
Perazzo Law Serves Personal Injury Claims from Accidents Involving Flying Cars and Surface to Air Transportation Vehicles
What seems to be a futurist delusion, privately owned flying cars and public surface to air transportation vehicles are just around the corner. In fact, flying cars will soon have a place to park; the Paramount in downtown Miami. Perazzo Law is ready and on the forefront of Flying Car or VTOL (Vertical Landing and Takeoff Vehicles) accident and insurance claims. Though flying cars in downtown Miami are far from becoming reality, the manufacturing of flying cars has begun. At present, there are several manufacturing and technology companies working and developing vehicles with the ability to propel themselves off the ground vertically and travel safely through rural and urban areas. However, the transition from ground to air would involve going from driving to flying. That said, a person who can drive a car may not necessarily prepared to fly a car. Thus, governing bodies of law officials would need to decide on measures to rule-out potential hazards and prevent accidents.
PERAZZO LAW SHARES POINTS TO PONDER WITH FLYING CARS
Motorists in today's modern cities drive down streets, avenues and highways, all of which are led by lanes, signalling, and laws. Nevertheless, Miami motorists get into accidents everyday. In fact, Florida ranks among the top five most dangerous states in terms of traffic accidents. So if motorists can't respect speed limits, avoid using cell phones, or drive recklessly on the ground, how would it be possible in the air? It won't. The chances of an average person purchasing a flying car are the same as a Fiat owner looking to buy a new Benz. Not going to happen. Those that will use flying cars in the near future will not only need around $600,000 to purchase a flying car, but will surely meet some regulatory standards in order to operate such vehicle in public spaces, be they on the ground or overhead. The Swedish car manufacturer, Volvo, has produced an electric car that it aims to launch in the USA real soon. Though not yet operated over populated areas, the electric flying car with the propellers of a helicopter, show promising signs to those rich enough to afford them. But it's not only a question of finance, operators would be required to possess a certified license to operate such a vehicle along with a validated training certificate; much in the same way one gets a license to fly a small aircraft such as a Cessna.
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT OF A FLYING CAR ACCIDENT
Perazzo Law is at the forefront of accidents involving cars that fly. Though flying car accidents have yet to be reported, they are on the horizon as flying cars have been developed and tested. Manufacturers such as Volvo, has developed a flying car that it hopes to launch in the US market. Other companies have developed flying cars that resemble tiny helicopters. Perazzo Law highlights the fact that any vehicle with the ability to take off and navigate through the air requires not only driving skills but flying skills as well. It's a proven fact that Miami motorist car accidents happen regularly, Perazzo Law knows that going forward, backward, left and right is challenging enough for many drivers. That is why, driving or flying a car up, down, and potential all around will most likely lead to mid-air collisions. If mid-air collisions between flying cars occur over densely populated areas anywhere throughout Miami-Dade or Broward, the consequences may be tragic. That is why, Perazzo Law suggests that the operator of a flying car have a certified and valid driver and pilot's license; that the vehicle display a valid safety inspection certificate and carry premium insurance coverage that includes bodily injury, property damage, and more. See Top Ten Insurance Policies.