Gluaisteáin also for cars surely
They should. Report it so they can find it.
How do we know to use "i + eclipse" instead of "sa"?
You say 'sa' if you are talking about something whose base includes 'an' (like an Fhrainc) or if you want to say 'in the' (like 'Tá an siosúr sa tarraiceán'). If you just want to say 'in,' you say 'i' + urú.
tl;dr: i = in, sa = in the
I prefer gluaistáin ...carrana is Béarlais..Anglasized Gaelic
Carr was used in Irish a thousand years ago, before English was invented.