This is one of those situations where new technology can create efficency or a problem. I am pleased to see that they are planning on testing it first before going full bore.

"State Farm said it wants to test the drones at a private company facility that include at least 100 acres or "uninhabited rural farmland." And the company said it wanted to establish a test site within 50 miles of its corporate headquarters, explaining that it would save money because the nearest Federal Aviation Administration-approved testing site is more than 700 miles away at Virginia Tech."

If the altitude is in fact low enough this may work. The question is when it is approved who will regulate the users?

http://www.floridarealtors.org/NewsAndEvents/article.cfm?p=2&id=315202