The Motorist Assistance Program (MAP) is a free program designed to assist stranded motorists on all Harris County area freeways. It’s available Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. (excluding Harris County holidays). MAP is designed to not only help stranded motorists, but also to clear the freeways of minor incidents and stalls. This in turn helps all motorists by keeping them moving and saving them time and fuel. Since 1989, over 600,000 motorists have counted on MAP to get them back on the road.
Contact MAP for help or to report a stranded motorist.
MAP officers are fully equipped to assist with the following:
- Changing a flat tire.
- Supply fuel, water and/or air.
- Jump start vehicles.
- Assist with minor engine repair.
- Remove stranded vehicles from roadway.
- Provide courtesy transport of stranded motorist to a safe location.