Some tips and input would be appreciated!

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I have started a business and am getting a drone soon. I will be using the drone 50% of the time for personal hobby use and 50% of the time as a business tool. Should I get drone insurance? If so, what would be the best route to take for that? 

My other question is that I don't have a ton of money to spend, but don't want to get a crappy drone. I have a good friend who has multiple 3dr solo drones that he doesn't fly and is going to sell me one at a very good price. Would you recommend the 3dr solo as a starter drone? If so, why? If not, why? If not, what would you recommend? If I could afford it I would LOVE to get a Mavic Pro. 


Thanks for the input! 

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Drone insurance would be helpful in the future if you crash or brake something that's not yours.  If you plan to use the drone for work most people will recommend getting insurance. So yes you should get drone insurance.

3dr solo is a medium range drone in it's class. It have lots of advanced features you will find in other higher end drones. if it's your first drone I recommend getting a amazon drone first to practice with for awhile and get used to the flight controls. I'm not sure what kind of camera comes with the 3dr solo, or if it even comes with a camera. but look into the DJI Air or the YUNEEC q500. 

Hope that helps

Luke Dietz,

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