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Andrew Clark

Road Sage columnist

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Running on empty: How low can you go?

When the fuel gauge illuminates during city driving, it's less of an emergency and that makes it more of a danger. There are service stations around. It's easier to procrastinate

Aug 04, 2016

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Andrew Clark, an award-winning journalist, screenwriter and author, is Director of the Comedy Writing and Performance program at Humber College in Toronto. He has won a gold award and been nominated several times for his writing at the National Magazine Awards, and was nominated for a Governor-General's Aaward for Literary Non-Fiction for his most recent book, A Keen Soldier: The Execution of Second World War Private Harold Pringle. He has written for publications including The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Maclean's and The New York Times.

He commutes happily around Toronto, gaining comic insights for this column, in a Toyota Camry and Dodge Grand Caravan, imagining he is Jim Rockford in a Pontiac Firebird.

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