Drones are more than just high-tech toys. They're valuable tools for various industries and hobbies, and like any valuable asset, they deserve protection. Our comprehensive drone insurance offers peace of mind for enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Protecting Your Precious Cargo
Accidents can happen whether you fly drones for recreational purposes or use them in your business. Our drone insurance coverage provides financial security against a range of potential mishaps. From accidental damage to third-party liability, we've got you covered.
Our policies safeguard your drone against accidental damage, ensuring your investment remains intact.
We offer liability coverage that protects you in case your drone causes damage or injury to others.
Don't fret about theft; our insurance shields you from loss due to theft or vandalism.
Payload & Equipment
We cover your payload and specialized equipment to keep your business running smoothly.
Accidents can occur during transport. Our policies extend protection during transit.
Loss of Use
In the unfortunate event of a covered loss, this covers the expenses associated with temporarily replacing or renting a drone, minimizing disruptions to your operations.
More About Drone Insurance
Drones are versatile tools with various applications, from aerial photography to agricultural monitoring. Our insurance specialists can tailor policies to suit your unique needs. We work closely with you to ensure your coverage matches your drone's purpose, whether it's recreational, commercial, or industrial.
We understand the evolving drone landscape and stay updated with the latest regulations, ensuring your policy remains compliant. PetleyHare Insurance Brokers is your partner in securing your drone assets.
Have questions about drone insurance? You’re not alone! We’ve heard it all before. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of questions to help you better understand all the ins and outs.
Yes, you need drone insurance in Ontario if you use it for commercial purposes or if it weighs more than 250 grams. Transport Canada mandates insurance coverage to ensure responsible drone operation.
This insurance is essential to protect both you and others in the event of accidents or mishaps.
Drone liability insurance is crucial as it covers potential liabilities arising from your drone’s operations. It includes coverage for damage or injuries your drone may cause to third parties, such as property damage or bodily harm.
This coverage ensures that you’re financially protected in case of unexpected accidents, giving you peace of mind while flying.
The cost of drone insurance in Ontario varies depending on several factors, including the value of your drone, its intended use, and the coverage limits you require.
Our experienced insurance experts can provide a personalized quote tailored to your needs and budget.
Many drone insurance policies include coverage for drone use not only in Ontario but across Canada and internationally.
However, the extent of coverage can vary, so it’s essential to discuss your specific coverage needs with our knowledgeable team. They can help you ensure that your drone is adequately protected wherever you take it.
Yes, it is possible to insure multiple drones under a single policy. This option can be cost-effective if you own or operate several drones for different purposes.
Combining them under one policy simplifies the insurance process and ensures comprehensive coverage for all your drones, making it a practical choice for drone enthusiasts and professionals with multiple aircraft.
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