Reverse Serpentine – The contestants must reverse around a slalom course in 30 seconds or less. Contestants have up to 10 attempts before being forced to retire and will drive with each other as passengers. Mike fails his 10 attempts, while Angelina kills the transmission on the car after her seventh attempt (while making Mike vomit as she fishtails the car, as seen in the episode's preview). In a new car with better handling, she fails her last three. Arun noted that wide turns would kill his chances of finishing on time, and despite Angelina being on the phone, he manages to pass on his last attempt; finishing off with a reverse spinout.
The Mega-Challenge – This year's mega-challenge is in two legs. In the first leg, contestants must do a reverse flick before a forward slalom and an Eye of the Needle portion. Then, continuing with the car in reverse, they must proceed in a precision course before switching to the second car. In the second leg, the contestants must drive forward and do a forward handbrake J-turn before tackling a short reverse, before ending the challenge attempting to balance on the gimbal. Mike fails each key portion, becoming more and more frustrated in each part. After the challenge, Mike admits that his only saving grace is if someone else does worse. Indeed, Angelina's run is worse, as she causes the first leg car to overheat partway through the precision reverse, and destroys the whole reverse portion while out of control in the forward handbrake J-turn. Arun's run is much better – passing the first precision reverse, the forward handbrake J-turn, and balancing on the gimbal in his first attempt.
The Road Test – This year's road test is a quick trip around downtown Toronto, in a Ford Mustang GT convertible, with the beginning and ending at a downtown parking garage. Mike makes 23 moving violations, including many past what was considered his breaking point when he is so distracted by a cyclist on his right that he fails to notice a pedestrian in front of him as he prepares to turn right. After his run, he admits that the only way that he avoids the title of Canada's Worst Driver is if someone does worse. Again, Angelina does worse: her anxiety on Toronto's roads forces her to take medication combined with plenty of pulling over to regroup herself. However, this is to no avail — so much so that Andrew tries to convince her that in her state she is unfit to drive at all. Andrew also fails to convince Christine to tell Angelina – and Angelina, after a rest, walks off in disgust; vowing never to relinquish her license. As for Arun, his run was uneventful, making a perfect run, despite a heckling bystander at one point. Andrew even considers him the "poster boy" for the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, and Cam considers him the most improved driver in the four years he has been an expert.
In the end, Arun is given a round of applause by the experts and Andrew, his status as the last graduate all but confirmed due to the road test. Far harsher words are given to Mike, who is still visibly shaken by his experience in the final drive. After Cam rails at him, Mike admits that he probably shouldn't continue to drive, and Andrew challenges him to decide once and for all, by handing him back both his licence and a pair of scissors. Reluctantly, Mike destroys his licence, admitting that he couldn't live with himself if he killed someone through his bad driving, especially after seeing how Crystal was affected by her brother-in-law's death earlier in the season. Angelina on the other hand, angrily refuses the notion of destroying her licence, claiming that she was awarded it legitimately. Despite all four panel members strongly recommending that she give up driving, at least until she is able to better control her nerves, Angelina remains defiant to the end.
While Cam is unconvinced that Mike will actually stop driving, and Dr. Gembora questions whether Angelina and Mike could be named the joint-worst, Andrew pushes for the panel to make a unanimous, and ultimately, inevitable decision: Angelina is named not just the worst driver of this season, but the worst to have appeared on any of the show's five seasons until this point, as she passed just one challenge during her time on the show (the only other driver have to passed so few challenges was Donna Hicks from the previous season; however, Donna passed 1 test out of 8 prior to being removed from the show on safety grounds, while Angelina's pass rate was a considerably worse 1 out of 23). Normally, the runner-up would be allowed to drive home – but since Mike had destroyed his license, a limousine was hired to take him back home. During the journey, Mike reflected on his overall attitude, vowing to reform himself and earn a new license. Angelina's car is towed away, and she is given a cab ride to a nearby airport, with the Canada's Worst Driver trophy.