Could you give some other examples to know how to use "down the road"?
"Down the road" is an idiom that means "in the future", so you can use "down the road" to describe something that is going to happen or might happen in the future. It can be used towards the beginning or end of a sentence. Ex: Three years down the road, I hope I will get married. (Meaning, "In three years, I hope I will get married.") Ex: My career might be different down the road. (Meaning, "My career might be different in the future.")
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