If you've ever hit the road in Alberta before, you've probably noticed a few things that stand out. Whether you're visiting the province or you've lived here for years, everyone can agree that driving in Alberta is, well, unique. From the volatile weather creating unpredictable road conditions to the characters you can expect to see on the road, these Alberta driving memes sum up the experience in a humorously tragic way.\nThe second you roll into Alberta, you'll notice a few key things. Firstly, everyone has trucks, there are trucks everywhere you look, and many of said trucks are lifted and somehow upgraded.\nWhat you'll also spot is a lot of towing. People tow their boats, snowmobiles, quads, trailers, other vehicles, and the list goes on. Beyond the types of vehicles you'll see on the road, you'll also begin to recognize some driving trends.\nFor example, Albertans are known for tail gaiting, for making bold driving moves, for parking like they don't give a care, and other such behaviours you adopt in a province where the weather and road construction encourage you to get a little creative.\nWith both Calgary and Edmonton developing their own brands of Alberta drivers and mother nature slapping the two cities with horrific driving conditions during the winter, you can only imagine the memes that have emerged over the years.\nWe've rounded up a few for your viewing pleasure.\nWhat Hail Damage?\n⛈Posted by Meanwhile in Alberta on Monday, July 23, 2018\nWe are no strangers to big old hail storms in this province. When those storms hit, our cars are usually the victims.\nYield, Merge, What's The Difference?\nView this post on Instagram thank you @sarah.gilholme for realizing nobody in this province can properly use a highway on ramp A post shared by Alberta Memes (@alberta.memes) on Oct 5, 2019 at 4:14pm PDT\nIt's not unusual to come across drivers who feel like "Yield" is more of a suggestion than a demand.\n10-Year Challenge, Edmonton Edition\nView this post on Instagram @kailer.memeamoto providing the Edmonton 10 year challenge today 😤 A post shared by Alberta Memes (@alberta.memes) on Jan 20, 2019 at 11:30am PST\nOh, Alberta, the land of ever-lasting construction. We can't wait to see the next batch of 10-year challenges.\nEverything's Better Lifted\nView this post on Instagram fax. ( submitted by @venusons ) [ #meme #memes #alberta #canada #edmonton #calgary #banff #elonmusk #dankmeme #dankmemes #politics #trudeau #justintrudeau ] A post shared by alberta memes (@albertamemes_) on Dec 27, 2019 at 8:42pm PST\nDid someone say truck? Sorry, Elon, Alberta went ahead and pimped your ride the only way we know how.\nFour-Way Stops: Not As Easy As They Look\nView this post on Instagram HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE! Watch out for those 4 way stops! #tgif #albertadrivers #fridayfunny A post shared by Buist Motors (@buist_motors) on Oct 25, 2019 at 6:55am PDT\nWhoever is in the biggest rush goes first. That's the rule, right?\nWhen Gas Prices Are Too High\nSundre, AB 🐴Posted by Meanwhile in Alberta on Tuesday, April 24, 2018\nWhen you just can't trust the fluctuating gas prices anymore, you hop on your old trusty steed.\nThe Most Versatile Excuse\nView this post on Instagram #Calgary #YYC #CalgaryMemes A post shared by Calgary Memes (@calgarymemes) on Nov 18, 2019 at 3:01pm PST\nThis one is dedicated to you, Calgary.\nSorry Not Sorry\n🇨🇦 New #meme ("Sorry for not being Sorry" - Albertan) has been published on Canada Memes http://www.canadamemes.com/sorry-for-not-being-sorry-albertan/ #lol #canadaPosted by Canada Memes on Monday, July 16, 2018\nAlbertans have been through a lot on the roads and you know what, we're not sorry.\nBig Truck Energy\nPosted by Meanwhile in Alberta on Monday, October 15, 2018\nIt's all about believing in yourself and your vehicle to get the job done.\nYou've Gotta Love A Lux Truck\nPosted by Meanwhile in Alberta on Sunday, September 2, 2018\nAlbertans like to get dressed up and hit the town from time to time, too.\nWhen You're Fancy And You Love Activites\nPosted by Meanwhile in Alberta on Saturday, August 25, 2018\nYou know what they say: find yourself an Albertan who can do both.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.