The tolls on Connecticut highways are coming, and it's going to cost you, so don't just complain about it, sign the petition.

According to wtnh.com, it's going to cost anywhere from $500 to $1000 per year to use the roads you travel on every day. Like we need to hand over more money to the state. Between the car tax, sales tax, property tax, income tax, and all the miscellaneous taxes, most people are "Mad as hell, and not gonna take it anymore."

If you're one of those who have been complaining about it or blaming everyone who voted for Ned Lamont, I get it. But if you really want your voice to be heard, then just do something about it. Stand up, join the fight and sign the petition.

A bipartisan action group called "No Tolls Connecticut" has put a petition on line, and they encourage all Connecticut residents who are not happy with the idea of highway tolls to sign the petition. By the way, their goal is 1,000,000 signatures.

On their site, you'll also find way's you can take action, get a schedule of upcoming 'no toll rallies', get answers to some of the most asked questions, and find out the latest news as the tolls get closer to going into effect.

So yeah, you can bitch and moan about it, or you can take action now -- the choice is yours.