Pat Goss dead and obituary, American radio and television personality


Not Pat Goss passing away unexpectedly. The real car guys and gals know. We are deeply saddened to report the unexpected passing of our longtime friend and colleague Pat Gosswho appeared on MotorWeek through forty-one seasons, beginning with our very first episode.

Patrick Goss is an American radio and television personality based in Washington, DC. Goss was a mechanic for the TV show MotorWeek, where he hosted a show called Goss’ Garage, and started working as a mechanic at Rollins Park Shell in Rockville, Maryland.

Goss also streams weekly on YouTube’s Goss’ Garage Radio Show.

Goss owns and operates Goss Garage (formerly Pat Goss Auto World), an auto repair shop, in Lanham-Seabrook, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC Here, he continues to help millions of car owners gain understanding and confidence in their cars.

From 2006 to 2008 he worked on talk radio 3WT until 3WT went off the air in August 2008. He also hosts a weekend car radio show on WJFK-FM in Washington, DC. On his radio show, Gauss answers questions about “automotive safety, performance and maintenance.” In addition to his radio show, he hosts a similarly formatted TV talk show on TBD TV in Washington, DC. He also appears on a monthly live chat on the Washington Post website, where he answers car questions from around the world.

He is also a spokesperson for Carchex, a Hunt Valley, Maryland-based company that provides lead generation services to auto dealers and consumer safety services to consumers. The company mainly provides extended car warranty services.


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