|Jan 01, 2004, 05:07 PM|
Joined Jan 2003
Teaching basic R/C flight
I was thinking about giving some one on one basic r/c flight lessons to earn a little extra cash to of course buy more equipment. I am an AMA member. Does anyone know of any reason why I could not do this? IE legal issues. Thanks.
|Jan 01, 2004, 07:36 PM|
Grand Forks, ND
Joined Aug 2002
legally, it is fine, but you also assume some liability. is this on your own land or an AMA field? does the person you are training have AMA? who owns the plane? all questions you will want to answer for yourself if you haven't.
if nothing else a legally drawn up waiver that your participants would sign wouldn't be a bad idea. ('if your plane crashes, it is NOT my fault if i am not negligent...')
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