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AIG Drone Insurance

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by 30four, Oct 27, 2015.

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    They also sell physical damage coverage for the drone. It looks like you can take a percentage of the limit as a deductible or name a deductible.
     
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    Thanks for posting. I'll have to check this out a little further.
     
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    Has anyone tried Square Trade insurance? It covers mechanical and all damage without deductible. For a P3A (value $999), coverage with damage, including water, is $194 for 3 years.
     
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    Called a week ago and no Square Trade coverage anymore unless purchased through BHI Photo (some weird exception).
     
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    You can add coverage for your Phantom on your home, condo or renters insurance with an HO61 endorsement. You likely can schedule it as a camera as its sold as such. Cost of adding coverage l is less than $25 for $1500 in coverage. By the way, scheduled items are typicslly not subject to any deductible.
     
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    Does it cover any liability?
     
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    I just got a PS3 Pro, so please excuse the newbie question. Wouldn't it be better to get AMA's (Academy of Model Aeronautics) membership that already includes insurance?
     
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    Unless it's specifically excluded from your HO Policy, it's covered. I don't believe insurance carriers have yet modified policies to exclude such. If one was using it for business purposes, an exclusion would apply.
     
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    Pretty sure that only covers flying at AMA registered fields