If you buy more than one kind of insurance—for your house, apartment, car or motorcycle—you've probably been pitched on discounts for buying everything from the same company.
It turns out those discounts vary widely depending on where you live.
In Oklahoma, you can expect to save as much as $22 for every $100 you spend on premiums if you sign up for a package deal covering your house and car. In Florida, you'll only save $5, according to a state-by-state analysis of premiums by insuranceQuotes.com.
Part of the reason for the wide range can be blamed on weather, according to the analysis by the personal finance website, an affiliate of Bankrate.com.
Tornadoes help explain why discounts are highest in Oklahoma, for example. Because insurance carriers have to cope with a relatively high frequency of catastrophic events, they have a bigger motivation to spread their business among multiple types of coverage.