​Want your drone back?
Label it!

It's also the law.  

​Avoid costly fines and greatly increase your chances of getting your lost drone back.

​Get Drone Labels for USA or C​ANADA

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Found a Drone?  Find the Owner Here.

If you happen to find a drone that appears to have been lost, do the right thing and try and get it returned to the owner.  Most likely it will have suffered ​some damage but it is still of some value to the owner.  

Look for a phone number and place a call.  If there is ​no phone number look for a Registration Number, which is required to be ​displayed ​on most drones in the USA and Canada.

Find out more here about Registration Numbers...

Are You FAA or TC Compliant?

FAA - Federal Aviation Association (USA)     TC - Transport Canada (Canada)

To Avoid Fines:

​Once you're registered with the FAA or TC, we have what you need to be compliant.
(see below)

FAA Drone ID Products to ​Keep You Compliant

​Don't see your drone above?

​We ​offer FAA ID products that work great for any drone.  ​You can see all your options by
clicking the button below.

​For Canadian Drone Pilots

​TC Drone ID Products to ​Keep You Compliant

TC Universal Drone ID Options

​We have options for every pilot and for any drone.  See all your options by
clicking the button below.

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​Own a Drone? Register it in our Drone Registry.

​A drone is ​a substantial investment, especially when you add in the cost of ​the batteries and accessories required​. ​If your drone becomes lost, which happens more than people think, it can be a big financial hit.

​​To assist drone owners in ​getting their lost drones back, we setup a Drone Registry on our website which allows any drone owner to register ​their drone(s) so that the person finding their drone can connect with the owner and get the drone back to them.  It's 100% FREE to register as many drones as an individual or company might have.

​Please note that we ask for minimal personal information and what you do provide is not sold or shared with anyone.

​​This is available to those who have drones registered in either the USA ​or CANADA. ​

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​​Are you FAA compliant? ​

​If you own and pilot a drone which weighs over 0.55 lbs., you are required to do the following​:

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    Register with FAA  [click here]
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    ​Carry proof of FAA registration when flying
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    Label your drone(s) with your FAA number
DJI Mavic Air with Transport Canada registration label, Certificate or Registration and Pilot Certificate ID cards by ReclaimDrone.com

​​Are you ​TC compliant? ​

​If you own and pilot a drone which weighs over ​250 grams (g), you are required to do the following​:

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    Register drone with Transport Canada
  • ​Get a Pilot Certificate from Transport Canada
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    ​Carry proof of ​TC ​Pilot Certificate when flying
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    Label your drone(s) with ​TC Registration number
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​​Don't Risk ​It!

​​Label Your Drone and Put ​Your FAA Registration in Your Wallet and Relax

​​Don't be caught without your drone being labeled with your FAA number or flying your drone without proof of drone registration.  It can be very costly.

Civil penalties ​are as high as $27,500.
Criminal penalties ​can be as high as $250,000 and/or up to three years in prison.​

​Even without the real threat of FAA fines and penalties, an unlabeled drone is not likely to be returned if lost.  A survey by the Wall Street Journal found that 1 in 3 drone owners reported at least one flyaway.  And that's just one of ​a lengthy list of ​ways a drone owner can lose their drones.

Don't risk it!  Put a label on your drone and greatly increase ​the odds of getting your precious drone returned.  Get a hard-copy of your FAA Registration and slip it into your wallet and rest easy.  It's too cheap and easy not to.