Civilian drones explained

. . . That would be the aircraft, not the people working behind the counter at DMV.

The FAA recently corrected a number of myths about civilian UAVs, starting with the (clearly erroneous) myth that low altitudes are not regulated by the FAA and ending with a correction on the estimate of how many drones will operate in the near future (not nearly as many as you've heard).

Item (they call them UAS, not UAVs):
There are a lot of misconceptions and misinformation about unmanned aircraft system (UAS) regulations. Here are some common myths and the corresponding facts.

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