B'Elanna Torres talking to Tom Paris in his garage.

A garage was an enclosed place used for parking automobiles. In the case of residential garages, they were typically part of the building, although they could be separate structures altogether. They were accessible via the home owner's drive, and usually contained tools for working on such vehicles as well.

Other garages were used as shops for mechanics, or grease monkeys, to repair such vehicles. One such shop, called Chamey's Automotive Repair, was located on Sigma Iotia II. (TOS: "A Piece of the Action")

Paris Program Alpha-1 was a holoprogram that Tom Paris often used that had a garage that he used to work on his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. (VOY: "Vis à Vis")

In a deleted scene from "Home", Trip Tucker talks about his grandfather, who may have been Charles Tucker I, or possibly the grandfather on his mother's side. He said that when he "turned eighty, he gave up his business. They practically had to drag him from his garage. He repaired antique automobiles...."

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