Your Health ! According to the American Health Association, by 2017 more than one in two American children and adults will be obeist with unprecedented levels of heart disease, diabetes and other related potentially fatal diseases. According to the American Lung Association, over millions live in half the cities in America, all of which far exceed the national health standards for air quality and account for over millions deaths annually.
Overcrowding: Millions in traffic jams ! A CDC (Center For Disease Control) study with are infected rats, within a short time with thousands will become infected and die while survive. Too many people in a limited space results in spreading viral infections costing $ billions while spreading diseases which have historically killed millions (bubonic plaque) wiping out entire civilizations while accelerating crime exponentially. Want to avoid the traffic jam parking lot. Put a SkyFly Drone (see Speciality Transporters) in your transporter next to your sports car, Limo and helicopter and travel in style !
If you value your quality of life and endless delays due to commercial flights, “security frisking” at airports, crowded hotels and restaurants with overly enriched fattening and bacteria laden food, cruise ships with rude, obnoxious people and their screaming children spreading unlimited infectious diseases. Or perhaps you prefer to sleep in your own bed and eat your own healthy, nutritional food ? Or if you just want to take your private office and family with you when you travel > then this lifestyle may be for you.
Mobility means options: Owning a transporter is like having an unlimited number of vacation homes around the world. Don’t like the neighbors ? Crank up an leave ! Don’t like the scenery ? Crank up and leave ! Don’t like the weather ? Crank up and leave !
You Don’t Have To Take It Anymore ! Getting back to nature is what George Vanderbilt had in mind when he left the noise, pollution and crowds of New York for the stunningly scenic beauty of the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina. Convinced New York was not the center of the universe, he created Biltmore house on 25,000 acres in the Appalachian mountains. It’s massive granite walls were inspired by of the grand castles of England and Scotland.