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You are never good enough to fly in neighborhoods.

PsyBorg

Fly Angry
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#2
Yeah its not the best example for how to be smarter then the inanimate objects you are working with....

Of course the only thing that might have made it a better teaching experience was if it went all full throttle fail safe when you turned it off proving that yes Darwinian Karma does exist.
 
#4
Around here (Denmark, Europe) it's down right illegal, and has been so for a number of decades. The only way to fly drones or other unmanned aircraft in inhabited areas legally is to get a commercial licence, which in cost and complexity is close to a UL sport pilots certificate. And of course have full commercial insurance.
 
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sprzout

Active member
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#5
I've flown my little Inductrix right outside of my parents' house, in the suburbs. That would be the ONLY thing I MIGHT try to fly in a neighborhood, and even then, it's not something I would consider doing at anything more than about 6 ft. off of the ground, and SLOWLY.