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Chris Davis

Feature Writer

From the time he was inserting automotive enthusiast magazines into his textbooks in middle school until he left the boardroom as director of sales and marketing for a Tier One automotive supplier two years ago Chris Davis lived and intensely breathed automobiles, and the industry that spawned them, from the vantage point of his home town, Detroit, Michigan.

These days Chris fusses over a low-mileage 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster which found its way into his garage this spring, replacing a 2014 Yamaha FJR 1300A.  He also helps his wife development business for her SE Michigan LED lighting retrofit business. They have completed 11,150 square meter factory and starting work on a 26 story office building just this year.

Chris looks forward to sharing new tech, ride impressions, and automotive business insghts gained from nearly fifty years of automotive immersion with you.

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Federal Government Funds de-Ice-breaker of the Century

Federal Government Funds de-Ice-breaker of the Century

It’s a problem that has offered no easy solutions since motoring began at the turn of the 20th century: how to quickly remove ice and snow from your vehicle’s windows without turning your fingers blue and getting frostbite in the process. Now a company out of Kitchener, Ontario, believes [...]

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A Technological Windfall for Boomers

A Technological Windfall for Boomers

As a young boomer, I spent a handful of nights in jail due to my adventuresome driving. I loved nothing more than to feel increasing G-forces on my body - be it on two wheels or four. As time progressed, I came to understand that too many breakfasts of Tang and generic corn flakes behind bars are not [...]

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