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Drones/UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) are becoming extremely popular in both the private and commercial sectors. Owning a Drone/UAV can be an enjoyable hobby or a useful tool for a business, however in both circumstances, operating such a device can present a number of unique risk factors.
Drone insurance risks are categorised into two sections; third-party property and personal injury risks; and the loss or damage to the drone equipment. Due to the rapid increase of Drone/UAV usage, the rules and regulations in Australia continue to change at similar rate. Honan’s insurance specialists can help you navigate the relevant regulations and tailor an appropriate solution to your circumstances. For further information, please call our team on (02) 9299 0767.
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