Mrs Roger just bought a new car, on phoning Direct Line for a quote she was asked is the car for work, her answer is it isnt, and so the conversation progressed accordingly and she got her cover and drove the car away this morning. However in a conversation with her sister later she was told that if she uses the car to travel to and from work then that counts as using the car for work. Allegedly this is what the sisters broker told her when she insured her car. Accordingly there was an extra charge to pay for an increased premium. Can one of you insurance gurus out there advise whether this is true that travelling to and from work counts as using the car for work? My usual take would have been that you are not at work until you get there and you are not at work once you leave and the car is not used in the course of your work.