Where we’re going, we don’t need roads: the hoverboard situation

Back to the Future 2 introduced the hoverboard to the general public and in 2015, some companies were cashing in on their popularity.

However, the so-called “hoverboards” have been proving themselves to be a liability to their owners. We’ve had reports of the vehicles catching fire while charging, exploding during use, and of inexperienced users injuring themselves.

So should you still fork out hundreds of dollars for this? CHOICE Magazine’s Tom Godfrey joined the Daily today to tell us. Sam Baran began by asking why arlines forbid the boards despite them being inactive when turned off.

Producer: Kevin Suarez

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