On July 1, California's gas tax will increase prices at the pump by about three cents per gallon.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle have been vocal about this tax increase including Gov. Gavin Newsom who proposed suspending it earlier this year.
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The money collected through the gas excise tax is one of the state's primary ways of funding different highway and road projects.
This increase comes as many Californians across the state are trying to save as much as they can, as gas prices and inflation take a toll.
Inflation saw the fastest increase since December 1981 as the consumer price index rose 8.6% compared with May a year ago.
Newsom just announced Sunday an "inflation payment" for millions of Californians. Taxpayers would receive payments of $350, $250 and $200, depending on income level. An additional payment in the same amount will be issued if there is at least one dependent.