Who is Pat Goss?

Pat Goss, the presenter of Goss’ Garage, died on March 19 at the age of 77. On social media, MotorWeek verified the story, writing:

“We are profoundly saddened to hear the untimely death of Pat Goss, a longtime friend and colleague. Goss’ Garage has been a staple of our show and a must-see feature for millions of fans who tuned in for Pat’s no-nonsense maintenance advice and unparalleled automobile expertise, which he delivered with ease and humour.”

Heather Goss, his wife, said he was an example to everyone because of his dedication to his family, friends, business partners, and the automotive and boating communities he loved, as well as his commitment to being a consumer champion and educator. In addition, the message stated:

“Over a professional career spanning more than 60 years, Pat loved sharing his encyclopedic knowledge of all things automotive and led by example in handling his various auto-related enterprises with honesty and enthusiasm.”

Everyone would miss his impish smile, unselfish generosity, and kind attitude, according to Heather Goss’ message. She asked that everyone keep him in their thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

Kim Salandanan, a Goss’ Garage employee, started a GoFundMe campaign for his family.

Everything To Know About Pat Goss

Pat Goss was a host of the section Goss’ Garage on the television show MotorWeek, where he was a master mechanic.

Goss began his profession as a technician at Rockville, Maryland’s Rollins Park Shell. On YouTube, he was featured on the Goss’ Garage Radio Show on a weekly basis.

The radio and television personality was the owner and manager of Goss’ Garage, an auto repair company in suburban Washington, D.C.’s Lanham-Seabrook. He used to assist numerous automobile owners in gaining a better understanding and trust in their vehicles.

Between 2006 and 2008, Goss could be heard on Talk Radio 3WT. He had a weekend vehicle radio program on WJFK-FM, where he answered questions regarding automotive safety, performance, and upkeep.

Goss previously had a similar-format television discussion program on TBD TV and participated in a monthly live chat on The Washington Post’s website, where he addressed automotive issues.

He worked as a spokesman for Carchex, a corporation that provides services to car dealers as well as customer help. Previously, the firm provided extended automobile warranty services.

Twitter Users Give Their Respects

Pat Goss has become well-known over the years for his vehicle knowledge and appearances on radio and television. When word of his death spread on Twitter, many shared their sorrow.

The cause of Goss’ death is unclear, and no details about his family or personal life have been released. Heather, his wife, survives him.

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