One of the most popular gifts this year - and for the last few years - has been a drone but there are dangers to flying the remote-controlled aircraft. If you make a serious mistake - you could end up with a five-year prison sentence.
It is probably not a good idea to fly your new drone in your home - particularly if people are sat there.
- See what happens next:
If you're flying outside - which you should be - then watch out for high things like lights.
- The pictures tell the story:
Ash Hall has been flying drones for years. He reviews new models for his website - and knows what he's doing. And how to not crash.
- Hear it from the expert:
Flying drones - particularly ones with cameras - can offer incredible sights. These are some of the images we at ITV have filmed just this year
As pilots, we at ITV News have passed tests, are licensed and carry out strict risk assessments before we fly. The Civil Aviation Authority is deeply concerned about amateur pilots.
There are many expert and responsible drone fliers out there. But the air is getting more congested. Aircraft pilots have reported 59 so-called near-misses this year - an increase on 2015.
If you want a safe place to fly a drone, you might consider joining your local British Model Flying Association club.