Whether you drive, bike, or take public transit in Ottawa, you know that your daily commute comes with a slew of daily frustrations as well. From buses that simply don’t show up to dense Huntclub West traffic to a sea of commuters who seemingly don’t follow the rules of the road, navigating your way through the capital can be tough sometimes. That’s why we’ve gathered some funny and relatable Ottawa driving memes to give you a little laughter amidst all of those frustrations. 

Between potholes that are big enough to be considered sinkholes and actual sinkholes, certain Ottawa roads can really do a number on your car.

Finding a good parking spot downtown is a myth, but that doesn’t excuse the numerous vehicles that are spotted parking in bike lanes, bus lanes, and other non-parking spots around the city.  

It seems that however you chose to get around in the capital, there’s something wacky going on to raise an eyebrow at.

So if you’ve ever been cut off in the left turning lane, questioned how your Uber driver got their job, been nearly hit by someone rolling through a stop sign, or taken hours to get to a destination 20 minutes away, this one's for you.

Talking To Your Uber Driver Like...

When rolling down Bronson Avenue feels like a scene from a video game. 

Literally Every Time You're In The Car

 

Admittedly, it's a catchy jingle.

Is This How They Work On Hunt Club Road?

Meanwhile in Ottawa* from r/ottawa

If only the potholes in Ottawa were actually this small.

Of Course, Not Everyone Drives 

And those who don't will be sure to let you know.

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Really everyone, that's great, we get it.

Bike Lane Or Parking Spot? One Can Never Be Sure

Can we just not? (Laurier bike lane) from r/ottawa

Imagine how much easier it would be for drivers and cyclists alike if we all stayed in our own lanes.

To Be Fair, Parking Spots Are Hard To Come By

Especially in the winter. Snowbank? Snow problem!

And of Course, Everyone's Favourite Means Of Transportation To Poke Fun At

Appropriate memes for /r/ottawa from r/ottawa

If you've ever taken the bus in the city, you know "every 15 minutes" loosely translates to "maybe within the hour."


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