If I use my car for volunteer work, is it still covered by the insurance?

If I use my car, which is insured for "Social Domestic & Pleasure" use, to deliver food parcels on a voluntary basis (no payment or expenses sought), is my insurance still valid?

Asked on 30 March 2020 by A.Overton

Answered by Tim Kelly
As long as you are not paid then you are fine, though, I would still always check with your insurer prior to doing so.
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