Drivers treat parking lots like transitional spaces, making them uniquely perilous for pedestrians
Jun 20, 2017
I could use this column to remind you it takes superhuman dedication to believe it’s okay to drive slow in the passing lane, but why bother?
Jun 12, 2017
With the impending legalization of marijuana, driving-while-high is going to be a problem
Jun 04, 2017
Before you go full-out Jack Kerouac, make sure to establish some ground rules with your fellow travellers
May 22, 2017
Accessable parking permits are intended to help disabled people, but are being abused worldwide
May 15, 2017
I’d argue that someone contemplating buying a Dodge Demon is a die-hard gearhead
May 08, 2017
Fines address the ‘what’ but does little to address the ‘why’
Apr 24, 2017
If you love cars and want to stunt drive, there are ways to do it legally and safely
Apr 17, 2017
It’s risky to distinguish drivers by culture, but there’s no denying cars are Brits’ cup of tea
Mar 27, 2017
People love dogs, but not too many are enamoured with the effect a pungent pooch can have on our olfactory systems
Mar 20, 2017
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.