Thursday, December 29, 2016

Holiday hours - New Year's Eve 2016

May this New Year bring you Good Luck, Prosperity and Success. Happy New Year to All our friends!

Please be informed of holiday  hours in all our locations:
20282 NW 2nd Ave (441), Miami Gardens, Fl, 33169.
3251 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL, 33142.
18200 South Dixie Hwy
Saturday Dec. 31st, New Year's Eve- Closed
Sunday Jan. 1st, New Year Day- Closed

We’ll be back to regular operations Monday Jan. 2nd,  Open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Mr. Goma Team

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Holiday Hours - Christmas 2016

Mr. Goma Team wishes you all a very Merry Christmas , may this day be shared with your loved ones. 

Please be informed of holiday  hours in all our locations:
20282 NW 2nd Ave (441), Miami Gardens, Fl, 33169.
3251 NW 27th Ave, Miami, FL, 33142.
18200 South Dixie Hwy
Saturday Dec. 24th, Christmas Eve- Closed
Sunday Dec. 25th, Christmas Day- Closed

We’ll be back to regular operations Monday Dec. 26th,  Open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Monday, December 19, 2016

Continental Speeds up Evolution of AR Head-up Displays through Strategic Partnership with DigiLens

Babenhausen, Germany / Silicon Valley, USA. December 16, 2016. The international technology company Continental has entered into a strategic partnership with DigiLens Inc., a leader in holographic projection technology for application in automotive and consumer electronics. The partnership has been formed to develop ultra thin Augmented Reality Head-up Displays that will further enhance a wider market penetration in cars of different segments.

“With the breakthroughs we already have achieved in integrated optics, we are confident that together with Continental we will expand this technology to the automotive industry. Augmented Reality blends all relevant information provided by a Head-up Display, straight in front of the eyes of the driver. With that augmentation there is no reason not to keep your eyes focused on the road,“ said Jonathan Waldern, founder and CEO of DigiLens. “Together with Continental we will make roads safer and accelerate the adoption of Head-up Display technology.”

The technology will also ease drivers into accepting automated driving faster. Automated driving will require a holistic human machine interface that will lead to a safer and more intuitive driving experience with an enhanced joy of use. This is what the new type of display technology will clearly provide. With increased acceptance of Augmented Reality HUD drivers will feel secure in the knowledge of what the car actually sees and knows. In turn, driver confidence in automated driving will be enhanced significantly.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Driving Smart: Should you have winter tires?

It's December and cold temperatures are spreading across the country, but do you need winter tires? 
December is here and temperatures have dropped across the country. That means it’s time to put on your car’s winter tires. If you don’t have winter tires, perhaps you should consider it.

A few things make it a winter tire. First, they have large tread blocks and deep grooves for biting into snow. Second, they tend to have a squared off shoulder to dog into snow when cornering. The different rubber compound is the reason winter tires are not just for snow and ice. On dry pavement where all-season tires tend to be less effective, the winter tires really excel.
There are some significant downsides to winter tires however. They give you more grip at lower temperatures, typically between 40 and 50 degrees and below, but they have less grip than the alternatives above that level. That means come springtime you have to switch to all-season or summer tires. There’s the cost of the second set of tires, you typically pay to have them switched twice a year, and then there’s the issue of storing the second set. Four tires take up a good amount of room.
Winter tires are arguably most important for powerful performance cars. This type of car often comes with standard summer tires, the opposite of winter tires. They give you better grip when it’s warm, but are downright hazardous when it’s cold.

All-season tires are better than they’ve ever been and they’ll work for most people. But if you want the absolute best performance at all temperatures, winter tires and summer tires are the way to go.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

2017 Flying Car – Aeromobil 3.0

It is realistic that we will soon fly instead of driving cars. Precisely such a thing is possible with model 2017 Flying Car – Aeromobil 3.0. 


Hard work and painstaking work will finally pay off. The company Aeromobil from Slovakia, plans to start in 2017 with the production of a flying car. This avant-garde product is really promising. Sci-Fi design will surpass the average sports car. The body is made from composite materials and other aircraft equipment. Sturdy but light enough. Below is placed a parachute ejection system, an advanced auto pilot and a safe landing in case of unforeseen problems.