I know that the rule is to use "in" when we are talking about small vehicles, but is there an exception when we could use "on" like for example: "I am on my car to you."? (meaning that I am on my way to someone and I am driving).

Does using "in" or "on" depend on the fact that a car is in motion or not?

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    I realize that the question isn't exactly the same as your question, but I think that the answers to that question will help you as well, especially this one: ell.stackexchange.com/a/244 – ColleenV Dec 11 '17 at 20:09
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    The answer to your question is "No". You can say, "I am in my car," and you can say, "I am on my way," but you can't say, "I am on my car" when you're in your car and on your way. – J.R. Dec 11 '17 at 21:48

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