Distracted Driving – the annual lesson on the dangers of not putting the player's full attention to the road is done in a new way. This year, contestants take an AMC Marlin and perform a series of tasks while driving, trying not to hit any obstacles in process. Unlike previous years, contestants are not driving in a circle (but the course contains many turning portions and tight curves). Common tasks include applying lipstick, eating while driving, changing CDs, and so on. Mike and Jakob learn hard lessons from the challenge (Jakob, in particular, pledges to eat drive-thru food while parked in a parking lot). Arun, in particular, has a habit of driving slower while distracted, but nevertheless hits many things. Angelina's run is highlighted by being so distracted on by repeated calls she fails to notice that one of her tires had blown out. Father Giles is perplexed at how women could apply makeup while driving during his run. Crystal refuses to learn the lesson, adamantly defending her "right" to smoke while driving.
Rules of the Road Test – Chief Instructor Peter Mellor tests the contestants on proper road behaviour—such as which car has right-of-way when two cars are arrive at a four-way stop at the same time. Jakob is the best at 7/10, and Mike is worst at 3/10.
Drifting Donuts – The annual donut challenge teaches contestants to look where the car should be going when in a rear-end skid, as well as countersteering. After lessons taught by Phillipe, they must do so inside a confines, around a foam donut. Notably, Andrew takes two attempts to do the challenge himself, despite having learned how to do the donut in Canada's Worst Driver 3 (where this challenge was the first of the year) and having done it every year since on the first try. Mike and Father Giles both fail at the challenge, despite picking up the lesson well. Crystal completely demolishes the walls before making a donut, and believes the car was deliberately rigged. Angelina initially could not handle the lesson, but despite her squeamishness, she learns quickly. During the challenge, however, she quickly forgets her lessons and blows her second tire of the episode. Stacey, having witnessed Jakob crashing firsthand, closes her eyes through much of his run, making Jakob question whether he deserves to graduate.
The Water-Tank Challenge – This year, the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is used for the annual challenge. In this year's course, after a simple right turn at a stop sign, a precision driving challenge follows, before going on a straightaway at 30 km/h, heading into a sharp curve, through a corral, where they must reverse the car at 20 km/h into the finish. Andrew is splashed on the second year in a row, losing 16 of the 200 litres of water in the tank. Arun misses the stop sign, and the water makes him destroy the course. Father Giles, calm throughout, does not hit anything, but repeatedly hits the brakes suddenly, losing half the water in the tank (but despite this, posts the best run of the day). Crystal's habit of pulsing the pedal leads to getting splashed, and missing the stop sign. Crystal loses 180 litres in her run. Angelina, who also pulses of the pedals, fears the water tank, and rightly so, as she loses 130 litres and struggles to drive in reverse. Jakob, who has grown a dislike for the Rolls-Royce, is repeatedly splashed, losing 160 litres, and, in the confessional, admits he had one of the most destructive runs of the day. Mike, understanding the intent, nevertheless, loses 170 litres.
In deliberation, it is recognized that everyone did poorly in the donuts and water tank challenge. After the two challenges, none of the six contestants believe they deserve to graduate, a first for the series. Nevertheless, Father Giles receives consideration for graduation (by Cam). The experts, in the end, agree to honour everyone's request to stay, so no one graduates.