Flying cars will never be in the grasp of peons. I've looked at a number of the designs and while innovative and potentially useful, the vast majority would be prohibited from population centers, noise being a huge issue already but one plummenting through the roof would be the next problem. There's just no way unless they were robotically controlled and anyone climbing about a robot controlled machine, of any kind, is asking for it. Let's hope you're not holding valuable patent rights or could in other way be a potentially useful fool. Aside from all that, I've spent a couple years now deciphering the McCandlish illustration. There's no doubt in my mind that any propeller driven machine is akin to a donkey cart. The ability to create machines which can overcome gravity is well within the powers of present manufacturing. They know it, I know it, and so do many others. Rest assured, regardless of what the rulers want, this so-called anti-gravity system will become available. The system has been deciphered sufficiently to understand the driving principles. Knowledge is spreading and once it's out there, like it is now, then the inevitable will manifest itself for personal use. Don't be an idiot, these things they are calling flying cars are last century transport and they know it.