Drone laws in New Jersey are determined by both federal and state regulations. It’s important to know the regulations and how they may affect your flight.
Here is a quick summary of the New Jersey drone laws:
You must register your drone with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) if it weighs more than 0.55 lbs (250 g).
You must fly within sight and in uncontrolled airspace.
You must fly at or below 400 feet.
You may not fly over people or motor vehicles.
You may not fly within five miles of an airport unless you have permission from air traffic control.
You may not fly within 150 yards of any structure.
You must avoid flying near emergency personnel and restricted airspace.
For more detailed regulations, you can read the full version of the "Drone Law In New Jersey" guide here
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I hope this helps. Happy Flying!