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In simple terms, YOU and only YOU are responsible for the safe operation and any crashes you have while flying and operating your UAV.
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Important: This website (TASVIEW) is not in any way for a business, and is not a business entity in any form whatsoever, this website is purely here for the sharing of information of OUR journey with UAV’s and knowledge of “Our Hobby” and “Technical Interest”. No monetary gain or kickbacks, incentive’s or bonuses are given to, or received by the administrators of this site whatsoever. Keeping in mind, in sharing this information and knowledge we do not guarantee the accuracy or correctness of this sharing of knowledge and information, as already mentioned and covered earlier in this legal disclaimer.
You must check with your local authorities and Aviation Administration in your particular area regarding the laws, rules and regulations of UAV flying.
When using your UAV, we recommend you are 15 Kilometers or more away from any people, buildings, roads, obstacles or obstructions, however it is up to YOU to check your local LAWS and REGULATIONS regarding where, how and when you fly your UAV.
Please note: our recommendation is only our opinion and our guide as we believe in SAFETY FIRST – and given that there are a lot of learner flyers buying UAV’s, RC Craft or any type of Radio Controlled Craft, these things can be VERY DANGEROUS.
UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) often referred to as also “Drones” or “Quad-copters” are extremely dangerous pieces of equipment, they can cause harm and damage to almost anything if they are not used correctly, we warn that you understand this. It is ENTIERLY up to YOU to take responsibility for the use of YOUR own craft (UAV).
We recommend you NOT make changes to your craft and then fly it, and follow only the manufactures advice regarding any changes or any other information for your particular model UAV, ONLY follow the manufacturers recommendations.
Opinion only – for safety…
Added opinion only – based on research from many sources over the years, including the Internet and Radio Control Clubs and experienced RC pilots with 30 years experience.
If you are a beginner, it is recommended you take a training course in flying your craft before you fly it. From various sources researched over the last 30 years, it is entirely possible that the possibly claimed between 80% to 90% of beginners will crash their craft either on the first flight, or near there-after, if they have not had the appropriate training to fly Remote Control Aircraft (of the particular type being flown).
This information has only been added for perspective, because in our opinion only, an RC aircraft in the hands of someone who does not know how or understand how to fly it could possibly be very dangerous.
Before flying, contact your local Radio Controlled Aircraft Club, or appropriate Government Agency to find out where you can gain and receive the correct training before you take flight.
TASVIEW Website believes STRONGLY in SAFETY FIRST when operating RC aircraft (UAV, Helicopters, Fixed Wing etc. or any other type of RC craft).
Safe and Happy Flying…
Michael Whayman and Anthony Bacon.