It’s so confusing, right?
I get this question a lot…
Why is it ‘in the car’ but ‘on the plane’?
And what about the bus?
And yes…even the submarine?
(I don’t know how many of you commute by submarine, but I don’t want to exclude anyone, of course!)
Let me help you figure it out.
In general, when we talk about personal, smaller vehicles, we use ‘in’. So, you’re in a car and in a taxi.
If we talk about public transport, we use ‘on’. So you are on the bus, plane and train. (Hopefully, not all at once!)
There are a few exceptions, however, so I had this nifty visual made to help you! Screenshot it and use it whenever you need it!
I hope you are not reading this while you’re on your bike!
Have a super week and I’ll talk to you next week!