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pay and display

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Definition of pay and display in English:

noun

[mass noun, usually as modifier]
A parking system in which a motorist buys a temporary permit from a coin-operated machine and displays it in the window of the vehicle: a pay-and-display car park
More example sentences
  • Bath is planning a pilot scheme where 10,000 motorists will use electronic tags to replace parking permits and potentially pay-and-display tickets as well.
  • Until now, there has been a policy of clamping at pay-and-display car parks when a vehicle is left more than an hour beyond the time a ticket expires.
  • The car park will operate a pay-on-exit system as opposed to other pay-and-display car parks in the area.

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