Pat Goss

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Patrick Goss is an American radio and television personality based in Washington D.C.. Goss is the master technician on the television program MotorWeek, where he hosts a segment called Goss' Garage,[1][2] and got his start as a mechanic at Rollins Park Shell in Rockville, Maryland.

Goss can be also seen weekly online on the Goss' Garage Radio Show on YouTube.[3]

Goss owns and manages Goss' Garage (previously Pat Goss Car World), an automobile repair shop in Lanham-Seabrook, Maryland in suburban Washington D.C. Here he continues to help millions of car owners gain understanding and confidence about their cars.

From 2006-2008, he was heard on Talk Radio 3WT until 3WT went off the air in August 2008, he has also hosted a weekend radio show about cars on WJFK-FM in Washington, DC. On his radio show, Goss answers questions regarding "automotive safety, performance and care". In addition to his radio show, he hosted a similarly formatted television talk show on TBD TV in Washington D.C, he has also been featured monthly in a live chat on The Washington Post webpage, where he answers car questions from around the world.

Additionally, he is a spokesperson for Carchex, a Hunt Valley, Maryland-based company offering lead-generation services for automobile dealers and consumer assurance services for consumers; the company primarily offers extended car warranty services.


  1. ^ "Who's Who". Motorweek. Retrieved 23 January 2016.
  2. ^ "MotorWeek". Retrieved 23 January 2016.
  3. ^ "YouTube". Retrieved 9 February 2017.

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