Globally, the rules on how to legally and safely fly your drone can vary quite a bit. This guide helps you find out what the rules are in your country. The guide, from enthusiast site Heliguy, breaks down drone laws (where applicable) by region and country. Major countries like Australia, the UK, China and Japan are listed along with brief descriptions of their drone laws and links to find out more. Not every country is represented, so if you don't see your nation on the list, be sure to check with your government's equivalent of the CASA to find out what the rules are for your area. No matter what, always follow a few basic safety rules when flying.
Research The Drone Flight Laws In Your Country With This Guide
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