Getting a drone for the holidays? You might want to check your insurance coverage first. Drone sales are expected to go through the roof, and the unmanned aircraft could also go through the neighbor’s window, into nearby power lines or on any number of unintended flight paths. That could make the increasingly popular devices, which sell for as little as $40, very expensive gifts indeed.
Getting a drone for the holidays? You might want to check your insurance coverage first. Drone sales are expected to go through the roof, and the unmanned aircraft could also go through the neighbor’s window, into nearby power lines or on any number of unintended flight paths. That could make the increasingly popular devices, which sell for as little as $40, very expensive gifts indeed. PHYO HEIN KYAW AFP/Getty Images
Getting a drone for the holidays? You might want to check your insurance coverage first. Drone sales are expected to go through the roof, and the unmanned aircraft could also go through the neighbor’s window, into nearby power lines or on any number of unintended flight paths. That could make the increasingly popular devices, which sell for as little as $40, very expensive gifts indeed. PHYO HEIN KYAW AFP/Getty Images

Drone holiday gifts may cause insurance headaches

December 22, 2015 03:40 PM

UPDATED December 22, 2015 03:48 PM

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