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Day Donaldson/Creative Commons An artistic rendering of the TF-X, an autonomous flying car currently in development by Boston-based firm Terrafugia.  O nce the stuff of cartoons and science fiction, flying cars—with or without drivers—may hit the market sooner than anyone is ready for them. Federal officials already have trouble keeping pace with autonomous technologies like drones and driverless vehicles.
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