Per this article today, be sure to say “Alexa, thank my driver” to your echo device and your driver will get a $5 tip.
The new thank you feature is part of a promotion that Amazon says it’s running to celebrate its impending milestone of 15 billion packages delivered. If a driver is one of the first one million to receive a thank you, they get $5. The five
It’s fun to switch things up from time to time! While I loved the original wrench logo, it quickly became clear that “Tool Talk with Chris Duke” was meant to be more than just about tool reviews.
So, about halfway through 2019 I changed up the logo to the round version without the wrench. I really loved this version as well, but after having it for a year and a ... (more)
If you’re wondering what to bring to SEMA, or what to pack for SEMA, let me help you out. I’ve been going to the SEMA Show for almost two decades, so I’ve got quite a list! I guarantee you that there’s something here that you haven’t seen yet, or didn’t even think of. Please share it with a friend!
What To Expect
This guide is for travelers who are there ... (more)
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Welcome to autumn, or better known to us here in America as fall. It’s that time of the year when (hopefully) the crazy heat of this past summer is on its way out, and ... (more)
This Facebook announcement that features a photo of my foot says it all! Goodyear Footwear is now my official footwear sponsor. You will see me sporting their new kicks for car guys on my show, Motorz TV, on Duke’s Drive, my social media, and more!
Goodyear Tires For Your Feet
Come meet me at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas!
Superwinch booth 31017 in South Hall
Shell Live Stage 600005 (Out in front of Central Hall)
Some dude made a boxy-headed character of me. It turned out awesome! See this and more in my photo gallery.
What does Chris Duke and Emma Stone have to do with each other? We’re both in today’s Los Angeles Times! It’s a 12-page insert in today’s paper. Look for Emma on the cover, and I’m on page 4! See the full magazine here: http://npaper2.com/marketplace/2015/01/30#?page=4
Check out the Nov/Dec 2014 issue of Consumers Digest magazine! In this issue I was interviewed about the “connected car”. Pick up the issue on newsstands now, or read the article here:
Craftsman Tool Advisor Chris “The Tool Man” Duke to be Regular Contributor to The Drive with Alan Taylor
Listen to my segment here:
Listen to the full show here: Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas | FULL SHOW | #163
I was on The Drive with Alan Taylor radio show this morning! I talked about the iPhone 6+ and the Apple CarPlay connected car.
Listen to my segment here:
Listen to the full show here: Alternative Fuels | FULL SHOW | #162
I was an in-studio special guest yesterday at the Petersen Auto Museum in Beverly Hills! I was on Popular Science Radio with Alan Taylor for the full hour show. I had so much fun, not just being in the studio inside the museum with all those fantastic cars, but also to be live on the radio! You can listen to the full broadcast here:
Big thanks to my daughter, Melanie, and friends Greg Erickson and Brenda Priddy for nominating me for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I accepted their challenge and I’ve nominated Bob Denny, Joe Mayo, and Alan Taylor! I’ll be making my donation to www.alsasd.org next! That was so much fun!... (more)
The Drive with Alan Taylor radio show interviewed me this morning right before Jesse James!
Listen to the full radio interview here:
Deciding that it’s time to modify your car is a big step. For some, it takes years before additions are made. For others, the purchase of aftermarket products begins before the car even leaves the dealership lot. It all is a matter of what you are looking to get out of your ownership experience and where you see a potential project heading. However, one of the biggest mistakes newcomers to ... (more)
Taking your car to a professional mechanic can end up costing you hundreds of dollars and eat away at your savings. Most people don’t realize that you can do repairs and maintenance to your car yourself, saving time and money. To avoid unnecessary expenditures, here are some tools you need in your toolbox to be an at-home mechanic.... (more)
America is a nation of people who love vehicles of all types. In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation reports that there are over 250 million registered vehicles in the country. With each of these vehicles comes the maintenance, repairs, and custom improvements that owners will need and want to do on a regular basis. While vehicle repair and body shops may be widespread and easy to access, there are ... (more)