Correct. A couple of minor points:Italian: Io vado a scuola con la macchina
The default, unmarked word order is "Ich fahre mit dem Auto zur Schule."German: ich fahre zur Schule mit dem Auto
I was wondering whether most languages use (with) instead of ( by).I'd add Dutch here: Ik rijd met de auto naar school is the most grammatical, but the relaxed version Ik rijd naar school met de auto is quite common as well. In Dutch and especially in German there is some kind of embedding between conjugated verb and for example the verbal rest, or the object/ directional object/ predicate…
@kloie: I'd like to know what the motive is for asking the question. Does it have to do with word order?