a course or path that is free of worry or hindrances
He was on the freeway for a while before they hit the open road.
My dad had worked for a while as a ranch hand, and his “open road” was a remnant of those days.
When will our be-scaled friends be able to hit the open road?
They did everything together—traveling the open road in their RV, enjoying what their friends called a 50-year honeymoon.
Frazier, rambling down the open road in his van, is a great companion.
But Saunders' only reply was this: "Mony a time he's hed tae gang round; he micht as weel hae an open road for his last traivel."
Before them was the open road and all around them the hum of bees.
He was framing a suitable speech, but the Mercury shot out into the open road with a noiseless celerity that disconcerted him.
Creed Bonbright stood for a moment in the open road looking after her.
He would not expose himself on the open road until he knew what lay ahead.