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  1. Funny video, I like it! Know the rules before your fly! Got my cert a few weeks ago. I actually prepared for the tricky exam by watching a few Youtube videos on Sectionals, METARS and TAFs (which comprised 40% of my exam) in combination with a $5 dollar Googleplay app call UAS107 (link below) for the rest of my study. My total cost was $155 ($150 for exam fee, $5 for the app). App link:

  2. WTF, If I crash my drone into a big ruff block he will bash me ? Is that legal ? Its good they have funny videos to help people understand the rules, but they could drive the point home more,When the drone cuts that guys hair, it should say stay above 3m for people safety. The video makes fun of all the safety rules, I would of expected a more firm approach. All if the examples apart from the UFO, all of the examples could have serious consequences. The cartoon is good, but show wrong then show the right way would be a better approch , big green tick and big red x would of been more informative and some numbers too , hight and distance… Just a thought

  3. Hi CASA team. Is there an app that could simplify it? Say the 5.5 distance to airports and possibly reminder about the constraints? Tnx.

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