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I used a local Plan Drawer (or whatever) found from the Classified Ads in the local paper.
His solution was to use a 'sunken roof'. i.e. Viewed from either side one sees ridge tiles. But they are not the same ridge tiles. It could be a solution to your situation.
In effect, when viewed from the side, you would be seeing the ridge tiles of a continuous 41 degrees but behind those would be a sunken roof that has a slight gradient towards the rear of the garage.