A key. It has a jagged cut in order to fit the lock. A locked door keeps people out and the keyhole is dark. Key rings are a common way to hold a set of keys, and when you’re using a key that one is quiet, but the rest jingle and jangle.
There are lots of things that travel a lot and meet both the rich and the poor, so the key to this seems to be that nobody knows where I’m going. My first thought was a stamp or a letter, but the address is right on them. That same is true for buses, trains and planes because they have an itinerary. It seems like the item needs to be something like a leaf, that’s blown by the wind, but there are a lot of things that float in the air too.
They are the only letters in the alphabet that are not found at the beginning of the name of a state in the United States of America. The rest of the letters in the alphabet, namely ACDFGHIKLMNOPRSTUVW, start the name of at least one state. Incidentally, eight different states each start with the letters M and N, tying them for the most states starting with a particular letter. The next highest is a three-way tie between A, I and W with four each.
Shade. You can’t touch shade, but you can feel its coolness. You can’t open shade but you can go into it. If you’re looking for shade it always has to be underneath something to block the light and shade moves as the light does.
The answer is the word “wrong”. When it’s pronounced “wrong” (rhyming with song) that’s the correct pronunciation. However, if you were to pronounce the word as “right” (rhyming with night) that would be an incorrect pronunciation and be wrong.
At first I thought this was referring to the air freshener tree that dangles from the rear view mirror, but I don’t know how the car would pass that tree. Assuming the tree is so wide enough that the car can’t drive around it while staying on the road, I don’t see many options. The car could drive off the road to get around it, but that’s not a satisfying answer. It also might be one of the sequoias in northern California where you can drive through the tunnel that’s bored through the tree itself.