The FAA does not provide stickers. If you registered through some value added service, then you should contact them about your missing stickers.I registered but thought I was supposed to get name/ registration stickers?
There are many methods. My favorite is vinyl decals (like these) if you're looking for something durable/professional.If not then best method to label your drone?
So its up to me to label my drone. I need to get some Professional small labels I guessAs stated above if the company you registered with "provide sticker" they aren't the FAA. While there are some companies that will indeed "register for you" and provide those stickers etc you're putting a lot of faith (and extra $$) in the hands of someone you don't know who is sort of operating in the shadows.
You register yourself for $5/3 years at FAADroneZone
Anything else is highly suspect so Buyer Beware!!
Yes it's entirely up to you but it's not a big under taking. @msinger has excellent suggestions in his reply if you don't happen to already own/have access to a personal label maker.
Very true!!I caution against using permanent marker on your drone. Let errors aside, it will reduce resale value.
That's great but no name?The FAA does not provide stickers. If you registered through some value added service, then you should contact them about your missing stickers.
There are many methods. My favorite is vinyl decals (like these) if you're looking for something durable/professional.
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