Trust but verify

I wonder if the insurance industry will accept a “driver’s license” medical should the AOPA/EAA petition for exemption of a 3rd class medical succeed. After all, just because the FAA says I don’t need a medical to operate a Cessna 172, an underwriter doesn’t have to insure me without one. It’s their money — but my butt — on the line. Continue Reading »

===> Posted on April 2nd, 2012 by Ben Sclair. No comments. © GAN 2012.

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