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  1. Bike just went in for first service and new battery. Trailer recently sold so no longer part of sales offer.
  2. DJM

    Ruggeds Vs PCI

    Rugged told me UHF is better for beyond line of site and suggested I purchase their little blue handhelds (RH5R-V2) for my boy to carry one when he trail rides. Well, they told me the radios come pre programmed with the usual VHF channels people like in Glamis but neglected to tell me zero pre programmed UHF channels are programmed. So we go riding and I try to get to UHF channels and surprise, I can't get anything but the original pre programmed VHF channels. Today I call them and find out the UHF channels are only available as pre programmed and I needed to tell them what channels I want. Well how would I know what channels I want, we are riding with people that purchase cheap chinese radios on many different frequencies not the usual Glamis frequencies. Poor communication during the sales phone call, poor one page instructions that don't state UHF isn't accessible unless they program or you purchase the programming gear and do it yourself. Oh, I purchased these because the 7 year old Rugged handheld radios I already have and barely used are working poorly and Rugged won't refurbish them, flat refused. They are refunding but I am paying for a second round of shipping. PCI here I come.
  3. Texas Bragg trailer, dimensions in pictures. I used it for my Harley once. I believe it's a 2016 but will confirm later. 1,500.00 OBO, located in Santa Clarita, will deliver in L.A. Area if it helps . David 949-887-3824
  4. Congress has put UAS (drone) violations into a special emphasis enforcement program.
  5. I don't understand what your specific question is, as a certificated airman you know you can't do it. If your questioning the specific fines you would need to check the Information I recommended .  (3) The FAA is authorized to assess a maximum civil penalty under 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) of $25,000 (as adjusted) against someone other than an individual or small business concern, and $1,100 (as adjusted) against an individual or small business concern, for violating the provisions in 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) or regulations authorized under those provisions. Under 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(5)(A), the FAA is authorized to assess a penalty of $10,000 (as adjusted) for violations of the provisions in 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(5)(A)(i) (or regulations authorized under those provisions) against a small business concern or an individual, except an individual acting as an airman. If the violation is of a provision (or regulation authorized by that provision) that is referenced in both 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) and (a)(5)(A)(i), the only time the civil penalty is limited to $1,100 (as adjusted) is when the violation is by an individual acting as an airman, see 71 Fed. Reg. 28519 (May 16, 2006).  Edited just now by DJM Quote Edit Options Go to top
  6. I don't understand what your specific question is, as a certificated airman you know you can't do it. If your questioning the specific fines you would need to check the Information I recommended . (3) The FAA is authorized to assess a maximum civil penalty under 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) of $25,000 (as adjusted) against someone other than an individual or small business concern, and $1,100 (as adjusted) against an individual or small business concern, for violating the provisions in 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) or regulations authorized under those provisions. Under 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(5)(A), the FAA is authorized to assess a penalty of $10,000 (as adjusted) for violations of the provisions in 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(5)(A)(i) (or regulations authorized under those provisions) against a small business concern or an individual, except an individual acting as an airman. If the violation is of a provision (or regulation authorized by that provision) that is referenced in both 49 U.S.C. § 46301(a)(1)(A) and (a)(5)(A)(i), the only time the civil penalty is limited to $1,100 (as adjusted) is when the violation is by an individual acting as an airman, see 71 Fed. Reg. 28519 (May 16, 2006).
  7. See 14 CFR part 107 then you would need to go to the public version of the FAA 2150.3C along with the federal registrar which I don't know off the top of my head. Or you could just trust me as someone who enforces the federal laws.
  8. No rules broken except the drone at 25,000 per occurrence.

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