The Xoomer garage as it appears in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.
|Also Known as:||Xoomer Garage|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto San Andreas|
|Garage/Parking space Capacity:||Four vehicles|
|Unlocked After:||Are You Going to San Fierro?|
In 1992, Carl Johnson won a deed to the garage after a race instead of a pink slip as his opponent needed his car to go to Liberty City. After The Truth is found by narcs and he and Carl flee to San Fierro, they, along with Kendl & Cesar begin to work on the garage, making it from a run down building into a successful and profitable business. The group, along with Wu Zi Mu and the San Fierro Triads use this garage as a base of operation to hunt down the Loco Syndicate. Later on, Carl and Cesar work on delivering rare vehicles on the customers wish list to the Wang Cars showroom they have purchased earlier.
Events of GTA San Andreas
After successfully defeating Claude and Catalina in a street race, Carl Johnson heads to San Fierro with his new friend, the pot-growing hippie, The Truth. When they reach the garage, Carl realizes it is abandoned and in desperate need of repair. Before Carl sinks into his despair, Kendl convinces him to turn the situation around and make something of the place. With the help of The Truth, CJ employs Dwaine, Jethro, and Zero to work in the garage. With the additional help of Cesar Vialpando, CJ and the rest of the crew are able to turn the garage into a successful chop-shop.
The interior of the garage is seen during mission cutscenes, but is only accessible using modifications. It is big, and is mainly composed of a garage with a small office. Being an abandoned Xoomer Garage, it was left uncleaned as CJ's friends took maintenance of the garage when they first found it.
- Carl Johnson - owner
- Kendl Johnson - manager
- Cesar Vialpando - driver and servicer
- Jethro - mechanic
- Dwaine - mechanic
- Zero - electronics expert and car modder
- The Truth - assistant (he was the locator of the garage after the Farewell My Love... mission)
- Claude - owner, formerly after Farewell My Love.
Carl Johnson's Missions
Wu Zi Mu's Missions
Jizzy B.'s Missions
Frank Tenpenny Missions
Cesar Vialpando Missions
- Pier 69 (Triggered at Otto's Autos)
- Photo Opportunity
- Zeroing In
- Test Drive
- Customs Fast Track
- Puncture Wounds
- Shotgun - available after collection of 50 Snapshots
- Micro SMG - available after collection of 50 Snapshots
- Sniper Rifle - available after collection of 50 Snapshots
- Grenades - available after collection of 50 Snapshots
|Garages:||1 (4 cars)|
- Although Carl acquires the garage after "Farewell, My Love...", the garage is available from the game start.
- The garage can hold a maximum of 4 vehicles; although more can be placed inside (i.e. 2 cars, 2 motorcycles, or 6 motorcycles) exceeding 4 vehicles may result in one or all of the vehicles parked inside disappearing after a period of time. The garage is larger than most available up to this point in the game, capable of holding 2 Monster trucks. Although there is a second garage immediately adjacent, it is not accessible.
- Due to the garage's proximity to a busy pedestrian sidewalk, care must be taken when opening it that computer-controlled pedestrians don't wander into the garage as they have been known to attempt to drive away in vehicles parked inside (this is a particular concern if the player chooses to back vehicles into the garage or wants to avoid damaging vehicles).
- The interior of the main building can only be accessed through mods and the hidden interiors universe.
- A calender inside the garage is open on the month of January, which shows that Thursday is the first day of the year. The closest year prior to 1992 (the year of the events of GTA San Andreas) that began on a Thursday was 1987, which means that the garage has been abandoned for five years at least.
- A glitch in the PS2 and Xbox versions of the game causes the garage to not always open, requiring several approaches before it will open and allow access. An identical glitch occurs with the Portland Island Safehouse in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.
- It is one of few save points that is not in the inside of CJ's safehouses, the others being the Angel Pine save point, Catalina's Hideout, the Four Dragons Casino and Mike Toreno's Ranch.
- If you put any locked vehicle with enough size for fitting into the garage using a Towtruck and then saving the game (also known as Master Save) in CJ's house or in any purchased property, going again to the garage and attempting to enter the vehicle will result in unlocking it, being able to drive it. An example of this is the Rustler from Easter Bay Airport, which can be entered via doing this, because the garage is very close to the airport.