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US May Soon Require Drones to Have Visible License Plates

10 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Heads up if you're a drone-flying photographer in the United States: the government may soon require a physical license plate on the outside of your drone.
Bloomberg spotted the proposed rule that was quietly filed earlier this month.
Drone owners are currently required to register their aircraft with the FAA and place identification information somewhere on their drone, but the new rule would go a step further and require license plates that are visible at all times, just like what's required of cars.
“This action would require small unmanned aircraft owners to display the unique...
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