The AA want members to take an hour-long walk around their area and note of potholes, uneven road surfaces, warning markings or road signs that are damaged or worn out, litter and dog fouling.
The results will be published on the AA's website.
Last year, Scotland was the worst area, with 20 potholes per neighbourhood on average, compared to Wales, which had fewest, at 13.
As reported in the Evening Times earlier this month, residents in Dennistoun were demanding action to repair roads they said were "breaking up" under their feet and made worse by the high volume of traffic.
Repairs to a pothole in Hope Street in the city centre brought chaos last month, when the road, one of the main routes into the city centre, was partially coned-off, creating an infuriating chicane for bus and car drivers and causing long tailbacks.
The Evening Times' Pothole Watch, which monitors and exposes poor conditions of Glasgow roads, told of the 3ft by 1ft crater.
AA Streetwatchers are given clear guidance on the definition of defects to ensure continuity in the survey results. For example, a pothole must be at least 6in in diameter and 2in or more deep to be registered.
People submit their surveys online and these are processed into a national results table.
Around 1000 AA Streetwatchers sub-mitted a report for last year's 'people's audit'.
They offered information on pot-holes, repaired potholes, marked potholes, bad road repairs, manholes or drains that had either sunk or stick up, uneven paths, worn road markings, litter and dog fouling.
This year, members are also being asked to report poor road conditions that could be hazardous to cyclists.
AA president Edmund King said: "We know that local authorities have been working hard to bring highways up to standard after three successive bad winters, with a respite last year.
"Let's hope our streetwatchers find that, despite budget cuts, roads and paths aren't too bad in their neighbourhoods.
"We know that potholes, uneven road surfaces and exposed manhole covers are an even bigger threat to those on two wheels, and so we have asked our streetwatchers to flag up particular dangers for cyclists and motorbike riders."
For details, visit www.AAstreetwatch.com