Eric's first car, funny enough, was his mom's white 2-door Cadillac Deville. Since then, he's driven a pickup, Jeep Cherokee, Chevy Suburban, and a few other varieties of transportation. His interest in the auto industry and journalism background from the University of Texas are helping Wide Open Roads become the go-to place for enthusiasts, owners, and drivers of vehicles across the Heartland.
Born and raised in rural Mississippi, Chris Tutor thought the only vehicles in the world were beat up pickup trucks and slightly less beat up pickup trucks until the age of 10. That's when someone in a 1978 Corvette took a wrong turn and ended up in truck land. That was the beginning of Chris' long love of cars. Since then, with age and wisdom, he's grown to appreciate the more subtle beauty of Italian supercars, Japanese classics and the simple joy of daily driving a 1996 Miata. Chris lives in Chattanooga, Tenn., with his wife, two kids and a pure-bred, short hair North American dog-mutt.