In the letter I wrote to my friend this morning, I said:
This morning I rode alongside with my daughter and accompanied her to her school. I always worry about her safety as on her way there are many crossroads and some drivers drive carelessly. These drivers never abide by any traffic regulations.
Is "rode alongside with my daughter" or "rode alongside her" correct? Also I feel unsatisfied with the whole of this part of the letter. Would you please help me to improve it? Thanks.
In the first place, it is not clear what vehicle you rode on. A horse? Bicycle? Car? Bus?
Why not just say: I accompanied my daughter to take the car/bus to go to school?
not a teacher