(US) to drive fast and aggressively; also in fig./ext. use.
|Daily Indep. (Murphysboro, IL.) 21 Feb. 2/2: Senator Alexander Wiley, Rep., Wis., feels that right now is the time to prepare to legislate by television in event some jet-propelled contraption comes hot-rodding through the heavens and lays a few atomic bombs on this fair land, beginning with the Capital.|
|Sign of Fool 53: After hot rodding it around the block.|
|Fever Kill 16: He was one of the kids from the high school who used to hotrod around.|