I agree with Tia Lydia. The situation is the same in the UK. I recommend avoiding "no car", although you may see it in certain situations.
If someone asks you e.g. for a lift home from a party, then say: "Sorry, I don't have a car."
If you are referring to the absence of a singular thing, then it is natural to make the auxiliary verb negative.
If someone says to you. "I have 10 cars. How many do you have?" Then it would be normal to answer: "I don't have any cars" or "I have no cars" (a bit more formal).
These forms of words apply when the situation refers to plurals or uncountables (e.g. I don't have any money / I have no money)