The South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads (SCFOR) is using every social media outlet it can to share stories and get the word out.
The SCDOT says 90 percent of secondary roads that aren't eligible for federal assistance are either in poor or bad condition.
Thirty-four percent of the state's bridges are classified as substandard, structurally deficient or obsolete - bridges people drive over every day.
Some drivers aren't surprised by the numbers, because they see those problems first-hand.
"It's more noticeable for me because I live just over the state line in North Carolina, and every night when I go home from my office, as soon as you cross that state line, you see a noticeable difference in the improvement of the roads in North Carolina versus South Carolina," says Patrick Munro.
For those interested in learning more, uploading pictures, sharing opinions and signing the petition, visit this website: http://www.fixscroads.com/