FPV Racing Drone Repair Jobs in High-Demand
The FPV drone racing sport has been growing and progressing at a staggering rate. In 2014 FPV Drones were not as popular as they are today and there certainly weren’t any big racing leagues around like there are today. In just 2 years, the hobby has reached new heights in popularity. Big names like Swatch, BudLight and even are ESPN sponsoring/hosting race league events like DRL which is now on ESPN annually after starting off on ESPN2 in 2016. Last year in 2017 DRL’s 1st place winner Jet FPV won $100,000 and happened to be the winner of the 2016 DRL race series as well. The opportunity to make money as a racing drone pilot is very real and not as saturated as most other sports. See the video below to learn more about the DRL racing league, the most popular main-stream racing league.
Pilots from all over the world are doing everything that they can to become the next drone racing champion. Some are even quitting their full-time jobs and devoting their lives to becoming a professional racing pilot. With all of the dedication and sacrifice comes an abundance of knowledge when it comes to building, tuning and repairing highly sophisticated (and complicated) race quads. Most pilots have their own local groups and communities that share knowledge with each other and turn to each other for help with they need to do repairs that they have not done before. After a few years of being a competitive pilot, you end up learning how to pretty much fix any drone that is in need of repairs. If not, then you probably won’t last at the competitions because you’ll have a broken quad (unless you’re sponsored and have 10 backups).
FPV Drone Repair Experts
When I first started getting into FPV drones, I had no idea how to fix my RTF quad when I crashed it (Vortex 250 pro). I even hired a local hobby shop that offered repairs on drones for $60 an hour and they had drones piled up waiting to be fixed with a 2-week waiting list. This showed me that there is a true demand for FPV drone repairs on a local level. It took me several years worth of trial, error, and research to really learn how racing drones work.
When pilots become competitive racers, they need to be “one with their quad” for lack of a better phrase. The better you know your quad, the quicker you will be able to troubleshoot and repair your quad before the next heat in a race. As a competitive racer, I know the quads I race with like the back of my palm, I currently have 3 racers that are identically built to spec. Most competitive racers go through the same learning curve and end up possessing a valuable skill set. Being able to repair racing drones is a skill-set that is often taken for granted, many pilots that are just getting into the hobby are happy to pay someone to fix their broken quad or teach them how to fix their quads. This is where Racingdronerepairs.com comes into play.
On our website, we create job opportunities for pilots that want to make their own income as an independent racing drone technician. Why only racing drones and not all drones? Because racing drones and photography drones are completely different and most places that offer drone repairs don’t work on racing/fpv drones. Here on our website, we specialize in offering race quad repairs nationally. You can find local pilots that offer repairs independently and even check out their reviews from past customers. Each pilot has a provider page with a biography, listed FC experience, video, images and more.
How to Make Money Fixing Drones With RDR?
When you sign up to our site as a racing drone repair service provider, you get exposure to search engine traffic and social media traffic that our marketing team generates. We don’t charge you a percentage of your earnings and we don’t handle your payments. We recommend working with Paypal or Cash and making sure to meet in public places just like any service-based platform like Craigslist. You’re at your own risk when dealing with the prospective customers that need repairs, if they sound shady, meet at a public place. There are bad apples in every bunch, even the FPV world.
Our plan is to help FPV drone pilots around the world make some money as either a secondary or primary income source. The owners of RDR have a background in marketing, own a marketing company in Miami and an electric wheelchair store which generates over 2,000 unique visitors per day. They specialize in generating leads online and that is what they are doing with this website. Simply put, if you sign up
We plan to build up this website and eventually offer providers in highly saturated cities the option to pay to be listed as the featured provider for their area. This means that users who want to show up at the top of the list when people search for providers in a certain city will have the option to pay a monthly fee to ensure they’re always listed at the top of the results. We believe that this platform is creating a great opportunity for pilots to earn income in a respectful way and its going to help grow the industry/community which financially fuels advancements in technology.
If you’re interested in becoming a provider for our website, simply contact us by visiting the contact us page or by connecting with us on Facebook.