drive-time dining
n. Eating a meal while driving.
Louis C. DeLuca, a semiretired salesman and a state senator in Connecticut, has had it with people reading the newspaper on the steering wheel, car-schooling their kids from the front seat and drive-time dining.
—Matthew Purdy, “Don't Touch That Dial, Drivers,” The New York Times, April 04, 2001
1997 (earliest)
Drive-time dining; stuck behind the wheel, people on the go search for manageable fast food (headline)
—Jim Shea, News & Record, July 16, 1997
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