The FAA's new regulations for the commercial use of drones start today.
Here are some of the basic rules:
You can't fly over 400 feet and the drone has to remain in the operator's line of sight.
You can fly only during the day, unless the drone has anti-collision lights.
And you can't fly over anyone who isn't directly involved with the operation.
But,you no longer need a pilot's license to fly a commercial drone.
You just have to be over the age of sixteen and pass an FAA test.
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