Thanks to Ryan for the question today. How should I best prepare to get certified once the part 107 rules are in place? We’ll do what we can to give you some ideas and direction, folks. Thanks for the question, Ryan. Fly safe!
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Our question today comes from one of our newest members, Jerry. He has a custom built drone and is asking if it would be OK for him to take it to his local hobby shop to get it certified by them for his insurance? You see, when you have a custom built drone, and you need to get it insured, the insurance company is going to want a professional “certification” that your drone is flight worthy. So this is actually a very important step in getting inured with a custom built drone. In this episode we cover every aspect of this question, including things you need to watch out for when you do this. Thanks for the question, Jerry!
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