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I travel by my car Vs I travel with my car ? Is it correct to say I drive to office in my car ?

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    Travel by car, travel in my car (a little awkward) and yes, you can drive to the office in your car. Please see our sister site for further questions of this nature. – anongoodnurse Apr 19 '14 at 23:11

You can:

  • Travel by car
  • Travel in your car

But you wouldn't:

  • Travel with your car (Unless you're traveling with your car as a possession instead of using it as a mode of transportation.)

Though these are small sentences, there are a few rules governing their structure. Here's a link to a primer.

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