Drone Laws and Regulations
Strict laws and regulations have imposed in the drone industry because the sales growth of these flying robots have skyrocketed in today’s world and expected to get only better. It is your responsibility as a drone pilot to comply with all the laws of FAA.
You could charge a severe penalty if rules get broken or record videos within city limits where it is not legal. With the laws updating often, it might get confusing for you to stay up-to-date and that is why you have to take a look at this article.
(We have compiled all the legal information you need to know under one roof.)
Registering your drone with FAA is probably the first thing you must do after buying a quadcopter. However, that does not mean all drones must get recorded.
According to FAA, you need only to register your drone if it weighs more than 25 kg or more under part 107. You must give more documents, and there may even some eligibility criteria depending on your country and a particular state.
However, you have to go through an exam and pass it to get certified successfully. There are many training resources and guides available to get through these tests with ease.