This is a question we’ve been getting a lot particularly this year since the FAA issued new rules regarding remote identification requirements, flying a drone at night, and flying a drone over people or moving vehicles. We’re keeping it simple in this video so you know exactly when you can and cannot fly your drone over people.
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