Trailer Parking: In this challenge, drivers have 60 minutes to reverse a truck with a trailer into a parking space in a campsite, while being assisted by their fellow contestants. Although Shannon loses her patience when her trailer repeatedly jackknives, she finishes the fastest in under 50 minutes with 32 attempts. Michael, on the other hand, does not finish in time. Henrietta takes 42 attempts and finishes with seconds to spare.
Mega-Challenge: This challenge consists of multiple parts, incorporating elements from every previous challenge, including high-speed driving, braking, reversal, driving off-road, and navigating tight mazes. Shannon is forced to redo two different portions, while Michael fails four, including running over Andrew's "mother." Henrietta finishes the fastest at just over 30 minutes. However, all three drivers hit at least 30 stationary obstacles in the course.
The Ultimate Road Test: Drivers must navigate a 27 km course involving 33 turns through Downtown Toronto in a state-of-the-art car (Smart Fortwo) known for maneuverability and high safety rating. Shannon goes through the course with 9 moving violations resulting from stopping in the middle of intersections just as the lights turn red. Henrietta goes off course, committing numerous violations as they attempt to get back on course. Halfway through the course, though, her stress goes past the breaking point, and as a result, is unable to finish. Michael also gets lost, and the fact that he fails to check a blindspot nearly leads to an accident. Michael finishes with 6 moving violations in 3 hours; less than Shannon committed, though the violations that he did commit were far more serious and would carry larger fines.
In the end, the final placings are all too obvious to Andrew and the judges: Shannon is the final graduate for the huge improvement in skills and confidence she experienced during the season, while Michael's time at rehab is ultimately judged a failure due to him never addressing his problems of being too slow and too analytical. As for Henrietta, her inability to complete the final road test, and her confrontational attitude towards the judges in their final discussion cements her as the second person to be named Canada's Worst Driver.