Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We appreciate you stopping by. Unfortunately, this website is pretty new and we do not a formal term of use page written by an attorney. This is a project started by a few drone addicts that wanted to solve a problem.
The problem is that most people who are new to drones do not know how to fix them when they inevitably crash their drone. We created this online directory to bring drone experts together with beginner drone pilots that need some simple repairs. The pilots on this site are all reviewed for quality control and for the most part, are able to handle most repairs on racing or photography drones.
How Does It Work? It’s quite simple, you contact a local repair provider on our site and start explaining your repair needs. If you agree to work together, you can meet at any local park or spot that you fly your drone at in public for the first time just like any first-time interaction with a stranger. It’s crucial for customers to thoroughly explain the symptoms of the broken drone to the repair provider so that there is a clear understanding of what is broken. If there is no way to identify the issue, a drone diagnostic service is recommended so that you can hire a provider to find out what is wrong with the drone first before fixing it.
By using racingdronerepairs.com to find a provider you understand that you are doing so at your own will and we are not to be held responsible for any damages, losses, injuries, deaths or any other wrongdoing that may occur before, during or after your interaction with a provider listed on our website.
We are a simply offering a referral directory for drone enthusiasts to offer repair services locally. We do not require any licenses, business entities or insurance for providers to be listed on our site. EACH PROVIDER IS AN INDEPENDENT repair provider working for himself or herself and are not affiliated with our organization in any way other than having a listing on our directory for drone-related service.