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Liberty, the world's first commercial flying car is coming soon to the skies and the roads

A test pilot brings the Personal Air and Land Vehicle PAL-V into land follwiong a test flight on the outskirts of Amersfoort on April 27, 2009. Developed by Dutch designer John Bakker, the PAL-V, as its name suggests, can be driven like a car or flown like a small aircraft. AFP PHOTO/ANP/Marcel ANTONISSE - Netherlands out - Belgium out (Photo credit should read MARCEL ANTONISSE/AFP/Getty Images)

A Dutch company called PAL-V is taking orders right now for the world's first commercial flying car called the Liberty.

Mike Opelka feels that this is a great and appropriate name for a flying car. He illustrates how if you want to avoid sitting in traffic, then fire up the Liberty. The company informs their full compliance with the global safety regulations and deliveries will begin in less than two years. In the "Pioneer Edition" of the Liberty there will be 90 units, personalizations, and costs $599,000 whereas the Liberty Sport will cost $399,000. Mike breaks down the specifications and the rules to these innovative new age vehicles.

To see more from Mike, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “Pure Opelka” weekdays 7–10pm ET & Saturdays 6–9am ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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