car jockeying
 n.— «The same vehicles parked on Main Street stay there all day long, and in most cases, the owners return every two hours to purposely move their cars up a space or two to avoid a ticket in the two-hour-limit area, town officials say.…Car jockeying—commonly used by office workers to skirt the enforced two-hour meter limit—is hurting downtown businesses.» —“Now, car jockeys in Boonton may pay for crime” by Tehani Schneider in Boonton Daily Record (Parsippany, New Jersey) Nov. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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