The past few years have been fun learning as much as I can about drones, but there is one component of drones that I didn’t know much about — until now!
You may have seen a glimpse on my Instagram account of a secret project I was working on, and I’m psyched to see it is live now!
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I’m usually behind the camera shooting landscapes on my drone, but I love being in front of the camera too!! Here’s a sneak peek of a project I’m working on with my friends @droneinsurancecom. Stay tuned!! #drones #dronegirl #dronesaregood #girlswhodrone #dronelife #dronestagram #droneoftheday
I got to ask all my drone insurance-related questions to licensed DroneInsurance.com co-Founder Jason Griswold, and the whole thing was captured live on camera, which we turned into a neat little video series!
Jason answered all my tricky questions, like “What is TRIA coverage?” (Yeah, don’t be ashamed if you don’t know, because I didn’t know at the time, either!)
He answers those, and other questions such as territory restrictions, what is a drone insurance deductible and what do drone insurance liability limits mean, in a multi-part video series.
I’ll go ahead and let you know what TRIA means here:
DroneInsurance.com offers a new insurance option that provides drone operators with 24/7 ground coverage and the option to purchase on-demand flight coverage for as little as a day or as long as a year. Flight liability limits range from $1 million to $25 million.
Unlike car insurance, drone insurance is not a legal requirement in the U.S., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. But, having it could save you a lot of headache later, should you be on the hook for something like your drone downing power lines, or just getting reimbursed for your own drone crashing into your pool. And many commercial businesses won’t hire freelance drone pilots unless they have their own insurance policy.
I hope you enjoy the videos, and happy flying!