IDIOM – hit the road

HIT THE ROAD

(Idiom, verb) – to begin a journey, usually in a car. To depart or leave.

Example:
Teacher: Okay, we’ve finished English classes so let’s hit the road and drive to Las Vegas!

Example:
Tourist: It’s a long drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles so let’s hit the road so we can arrive in LA before sunset!

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