HomeGuidesMEGATech Guide: Top 13 Rules for Drone Etiquette and Safety Michael Kwan August 12, 2016 Guides Prev2 of 14Next Don’t Get Too Ambitious Too Quickly Remember the first time you got behind the wheel of your mom or dad’s car? Remember how nervous and excited you were? You should be experiencing the same kind of cautious anticipation when you head out for your first flight with your drone. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the drone and with the controls. Many drones can now be piloted through a convenient mobile app and some, like the more advanced Parrot Bebop 2, give you the option to use a larger flight controller. Take it easy. Take it slow. Don’t be like our very own Stephen Fung and take your drone into a tree. Once you get a little more comfortable with the controls, you can try some fancier maneuvers. Hey @parrot_official #bebop2 #drone meet #tree. The wind was a bit gusty today. I was at full power trying to get it to fly the other way. Will have to try in an empty field next time like you are supposed to. #dronefail #piloterror #gameofdrones A video posted by Stephen Fung (@stephenfung) on Jun 26, 2016 at 6:22pm PDT Prev2 of 14Next Share This With The World!