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    when driving somewhere.

    I got a question. When you wanna drive to some location, which among these do you use when it is in the north, south, east, or west from where you are now.

    I'm driving (enter preposition here) to (location)

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    Re: when driving somewhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    I got a question. When you wanna drive to some location, which among these do you use when it is in the north, south, east, or west from where you are now.

    I'm driving (enter preposition here) to (location)
    I don't think you need a preposition.
    ex.
    I am driving South/North/etc to Wal-Mart.
    or
    I am driving Southbound towards Wal-Mart.

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