Monday, May 29, 2017


Yokohama’s new GEO-SHIELD construction incorporates multiple sidewall plies, steel belts, a full nylon cap and a high turn-up carcass. (Photo: Yokohama)

The ultra-tough GEOLANDAR M/T G003 Mud-Terrain Tire promises superior strength, performance and traction.

Yokohama Tire Corporation’s all-new GEOLANDAR M/T G003 mud-terrain tire was designed for hardcore off-roaders, outdoor enthusiasts and pick-up truck/SUV owners.

The M/T is the latest member of Yokohama’s GEOLANDAR line of light truck tires and is initially available in 37 sizes, ranging from 15- to 20-inch rim diameters.

“‘GO STRONG!’ is the battle cry for GEOLANDAR, and that’s really what the new, incredibly tough M/T tire is all about,” said Andrew Briggs, Yokohama Tire Senior Director of Tire Business and Product Planning. “The M/T has it all: intimidating good looks, superior strength, proven performance and excellent traction in all on- and off-road terrains, from everyday highway driving to attacking steep, jagged rocks; muddy trails and desert sand.”

Friday, May 26, 2017

Memorial Day


In remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America

We'll be back to regular operations Tuesday 30.

Mr.Goma Team

Monday, May 22, 2017


Self-driving cars have the potential to reduce accidents, but somebody will still need to pay for repairs.
Autonomous vehicles are currently the en vogue topic where it concerns the media and automotive industry. The question is, do we really understand how they will actually impact our world and when we’re likely to see them operating in significant numbers?
Beyond that, there’s also the question of how they are programmed. You might have heard of the so-called “Trolley Problem,” in which an AV is traveling the road when somebody or an object is suddenly thrust in front of it. The AV doesn’t have sufficient time nor distance to stop safely, so it must either steer to one side of the street or the other. The problem is that on one side is an elderly lady; on the other is a group of children.
Not realistic 
While such scenarios are great for grabbing headlines, industry experts concur that software that’s able to decide what to avoid simply does not exist, nor is it currently being programmed into future autonomous vehicle operation.
Recently, Gowling WLG (a Global 100 law practice) and UK Autodrive (a consortium designed to facilitate the introduction of autonomous vehicles in Britain) put together The Moral Algorithm, a white paper that aims to look at moral decisions by autonomous vehicles and the need for regulating them.
Collision Management talked with Andre Rivest, the Canadian leader of WLG Gowling’s Auto Practice regarding the adoption of AVs and the impact they could likely have on the current automotive ecosystem, including collision repairers.
Rivest acknowledges that while AV technology is already at a stage where cars can drive themselves, it is consumer acceptance and regulatory issues that will likely be deciding factors as to how and when AVs start actually hitting the road.
Furthermore, he says there will need to be a cohesive strategy when it comes to legislation and liability concerns. Issues such as crossing national borders, developing safety nets against cyber attacks and how to program software, will have to come down to collaboration across different organizations, not rest in the hands of individual companies or regulators.
And although the primary focus of AVs is to save lives and decrease injury and property damage, as The Moral Algorithm notes, it will likely be many decades before we could possibly see road environments without human drivers.
Footing the bill
In the near term, it’s likely we could have a mixture of both AVs and vehicles operated by human drivers. Given both the potential for human error and also software failure, there’s every chance that collision repairers will still have plenty of work. The question will likely be then, who’s going to pay for it?
“Volvo has gone on the record to say, ‘As an automaker, if we build AVs then we are responsible for them’,” says Rivest. “And if we are moving toward a scenario where we have product liability that’s the responsibility of the manufacturer, then OEMs are going to have a far more vested interest in controlling or impacting the repair process.”

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Veterans Day Special

Beginning this Tuesday and every Tuesday all year long, we will begin a Veterans Day Special

This special is not intended to make money but to serve people who served the country , most of them are old, disabled and generally low income, lets treat them with the respect they deserve
Prices for fixed services are:

Alignment service..............................$20
Brake Service...................................$75
Tire Rotation....................................$15

Another Product/service not included here should have a discount too, Only Tuesdays

Monday, May 8, 2017


Bridgestone has announced that they’ve been selected by Alfa Romeo to be a tire supplier for the all-new Stelvio SUV.
“Bridgestone is honoured to supply tires for the much anticipated Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV,“ said Christophe de Valroger, Vice President Original Equipment, Bridgestone Europe. “The Dueler H/P Sport tire is engineered to enhance cornering and handling, while also delivering year-round performance including traction in light snow.”

Bridgestone is supplying the Stelvio with its Dueler H/P Sport tires, offered in size 235/60R18 103V for the Asian Pacific and North American markets.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Cooper Tire & Rubber launches the new Evolution H/T all-season tire


Cooper Tire & Rubber launches the new Evolution H/T all-season tire, which will replace the Cooper Discoverer H/T.
Cooper’s new all-season Evolution H/T tire (Photo: Cooper)
Cooper Tire & Rubber launches the new Evolution H/T all-season tire, which will replace the Cooper Discoverer H/T.
“This new tire offers exceptional grip, stability and comfort as well as premium Cooper features at an affordable price,” Cooper said in a press release. The Evolution H/T all-season line offers 28 tire sizes to meet the needs of crossover vehicles, SUVs and pickup trucks.
The Evolution H/T all-season features StabilEdge technology for better control and stability on dry roads, and 3D Micro-Gauge technology, which helps maintain traction on wet roads while offering superior handling. The tire comes with a 96,560 km tread-life warranty.
“The market for SUVs, crossover vehicles and pickups continues to expand rapidly,” states Scott Jamieson, Cooper’s Director of Product Management for North America.“ At Cooper, being responsive to what is happening in the market is a commitment we take seriously to help our dealers grow their businesses and help us succeed along with them. This commitment calls for us to adapt our product offering and evolve our tire lines and size ranges on an ongoing basis.”