Hi, Thanks for responding, I will keep you in mind but I just did a google maps from Livonia to my address and we are almost 40 miles from each other.
Joe,I’m in Pontiac. I don’t have a Mavic, but my brother does. I am currently flying a spark, and looking for a second drone better suited to making money (possibly the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual).
I grew up in Roseville, and lived in Clinton Twp for a few years, so I’m pretty familiar with your area.
I can't give you an answer because to date I still haven't flown my mavic because I'm kind of afraid to because I don't want to break a $1000 machine. Any suggestions?
I guess you could say for not I bought a $1500 paperweight. When you say I can insure my drone, what all will they cover? Are crashes covered? If yes how would I document it? Am I allowed to fly anywhere there aren't TRF's or just ama flight sites for the insurance to cover me like they do for rc flying?So you bought a $1000 paper weight? also for roughly $60-$80 a year you can insure your drone through State Farm. If your concerned where to fly just download the "B4UFLY" app and it tells you everything as far as what air space your in and if there is any TFR's in your area. Good luck
I guess you could say for not I bought a $1500 paperweight. When you say I can insure my drone, what all will they cover? Are crashes covered? If yes how would I document it? Am I allowed to fly anywhere there aren't TRF's or just ama flight sites for the insurance to cover me like they do for rc flying?
Is there any chance of getting together with you and your brother to watch him fly his mavic pro?
Sounds like it could be a good idea.you must be mistaking me for "Tkoglin". I've never made a claim so I can't say exactly how the process would go. My policy covers up to $1900 in damages. I work with State Farm in the Auto Claims world everyday, I would assume it would work similar. You probably would have to send the drone to a certified DJI repair facility and they would assess the damage as far as fixing or replacing the entire drone. They definitely will cover for crashes and or mistakes/oops.
I'm starting to think I should maybe start a class. I've had a few guys on the forum ask for help.
Hi,Farmington Hills here, always down to meet up and fly.
I've bought a lot of crap from Excel RC in Garden City if anyone might be familiar.
Owner is an interesting person. But they have weekly races and other cool stuff I never had a chance to check out.