Just because it has 4 motors(or more) doesn't make it a drone. Yes there are fully autonomous multi-rotor AND fixed wing small scale aircraft. However in most cases when these toys are involved in incidents they are under direct control of someone and not in a autonomous configuration. They should be called "remote controlled"(RC) and not "drones". Time and time again I see the word "drone" thrown around and misused. It seems to me that when most people see a multi-rotor RC aircraft they call it a "drone" and that is simply not correct. Most of these toys have little to no autonomous control other then to maintaining a level state or a "fly home" mode. I would guess most of the owners of these toys wouldn't even know how to program a flight path into one even if it had the option.