on wheels
Historical Examples

Crowds streamed by afoot, asaddle and awheel, all bound for a common destination.
Old Judge Priest Irvin S. Cobb

When he went abroad with Cynthia awheel or afoot, some took off their hats—an unheard-of thing in Coniston.
Coniston, Complete Winston Churchill

Who his trimmed enough carriages to set all New Hampshire awheel, and who still practises his trade in Exeter.
The Real Diary of a Real Boy Henry A. Shute


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