Have you considered purchasing a drone? Before you run out there and buy one there are a few things that you should know. Buying a drone is not like buying a remote-control car or airplane, there is a slightly bigger learning curve to owning a drone than the traditional RC electronic. Before you purchase your first drone you need to do your homework. According to a drone article, during the holiday season in 2015 nearly one million drones were expected to be bought and given as gifts. Most these people probably had no idea what they were getting into or else they would have stuck with the traditional RC car. Before you can even fly your drone, you need to remember that there are other things up there aka commercial airplanes. Other things you need to think before buy a drone include: most drones are not ready to fly right out of box, drones are not easy to fly, there are a lot of places where you can buy drones, there are many different brands to choose from, you should join a drone community or group, and be prepared to spend a lot of money on your drone hobby. In another article, it added that you also need to register your drone with The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) who classifies all drones as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and you can’t do it unless you are thirteen years of age or older. Finally, you need to pay attention to the types of conditions you fly your drone in as well as adhere to the guidelines set by the FAA such as not flying it out of sight, not flying any more than 400 feet above the ground and not flying within a five-mile radius of an airport.
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