There are some supporters for the potential $52 billion California road plan and they say it's worth it after dealing with the bad road conditions.
"What recent studies tell us is that we're spending on average of each of us $760 a year just to repair our cars because of the road damage we experience," said Roger Dickinson, Transportation California.
The proposal would boost gasoline excise tax by 12 cents a gallon over three years and increase the registration fee based on value.
So, ABC10's Ananda Rochita decided to check out some of the roads.
Some recommendations of areas included a few parts of Fair Oaks Boulevard and a bridge over the American River between Northgate and Richards Boulevard. There were a few pot holes and bumpy roads.
It wasn't all bad though, it was a smooth ride on some parts of Highway 50 and in some neighborhoods. It's something that's expect to see more of if the transportation plan goes through.
However, people are expressing mixed feelings about having to pay for some of the repairs.
"I would like them to get fixed, but I don't want to pay for it," said Brigette Tonoko.
"I hate the roads here and I would definitely pay more to get them fixed," said Jason Smith.