white goods (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on 2016-08-12 00:48 (#1Q7W8) i used to buy extended warranty for white goods. after a couple of times learning what happens with white good repairs now i just buy a cheaper one.for $10 an hour you could just buy a cheaper drone with added protection to render the operator anonymous and skip the insurance. they can only sue you if they find you Re: white goods (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2016-08-12 01:42 (#1Q7Z2) > for $10 an hour you could just buy a cheaper drone with added protection to render the> operator anonymous and skip the insurance. they can only sue you if they find youSome drones cost $1000 ~ $2000 or more (I've seen them priced up to $15K and above on Amazon ) so depending on the circumstances it might make sense to buy it.Also, if you're engaged in some paid-for activity like reporting on new or current events, or if you're doing inspection work. If you're engaged in commercial activity it might make sense from a legal standpoint, but again, for me it would depend on the circumstances (location, terrain, weather, presence of people, etc).