FAA Makes Change to Drone Rules in USA. They will effect drone flyers who live or visit the USA from 25th February 2019.
Failure to comply could leave you with a fine of up-to $27500.00.
The FAA Drone Registration
When the FAA first required registration of small drones in 2015, the agency mandated that the registration marking be readily accessible and maintained in readable condition.
Subsequently, law enforcement officials and the FAA’s interagency security partners have expressed concerns about the risk a concealed explosive device might pose to first responders upon opening a compartment to find a drone’s registration number.
The FAA has issued this requirement as an Interim Final Rule—a rule that takes effect while also inviting public comment. The FAA issues interim final rules when delaying implementation of the rule would be impractical, unnecessary, or contrary to the public interest.
Get A label Printer
One way to comply is to get something like a Dymo.
A label printer not only will give a long term solution to drone marking, without permanent damage, but can also be used for Drone battery management.
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