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Dubai Police begins training officers how to pilot £114,000 flying motorbikes

MailOnline Thursday, 8 November 2018 ()
Dubai Police begins training officers how to pilot £114,000 flying motorbikesDubai police believe the S3 2019 hoverbike, designed by a California tech firm, will help them reach hard-to-access areas when they respond to emergencies.
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