We can use nor without neither. We actually replace neither with nor. 

Examples:

  • “I have never ridden a camel.” “Nor have I.:” or “Neither have I.”
  • “I don’t eat anything I don’t like.” “Nor do I.” or “Neither do I.
  • He can’t fix my old computer and nor can I.

 

Examples:

  • He can’t fix my old computer and nor can I.
  • The police cannot answer any questions at this time, nor can they give the suspect’s name.
  • My family didn’t think I have the ability, nor did my friends when I told them I was going to climb a mountain.