The Three-Point Turn – A four-wheel drive Jeep will be used for this challenge, first introduced in Canada's Worst Driver but last used in Canada's Worst Driver 2, contestants must drive onto an area with a moat, and must make a 3-point turn without hitting the moat in 20 minutes. Lance's best effort is a 21-point turn in 8 minutes. Dean gets frustrated after repeated attempts to improve on a five-point turn, but he does finish with a three-point turn after six attempts and five minutes. Paul and Brad both eventually pass thanks to their nominators. Diane, understanding the geometry of the challenge, gets the challenge on the second try. Jamie and Dale get the car stuck in the moat.
The Teeter-Totter – This traditional challenge from Canada's Worst Driver 3 (but presented in its Canada's Worst Driver 4 incarnation) has contestants drive a stick-shift Mini Cooper and balance it on a teeter-totter. Lance, who drives a stick-shift car (only two contestants, Dale and Jamie, have no prior stick-shift experience), quickly burns through the clutch. Andrew notes that the clutch was probably on the verge of failure anyway since it burned out so quickly, so the Mini Cooper is replaced by a 1990 Mazda Miata. Lance slowly kills the clutch on that car as well, and fails the challenge. In a third car, Diane manages to balance after repeated rocking of the teeter-totter. Paul finishes quickly, as his motorcycle experience pays off (like stick-shift cars, motorcycles also have a clutch). Donna is unable to accompany Brad due to a shoulder injury, so Andrew accompanies Brad through his run. Another burned clutch causes him to fail. Dean destroys the clutch on a fourth car in his run, and he fails. During Dean's run attention was called to Brian's habit of putting his feet on the dashboard, which Cam noted would cause him to be severely injured if the passenger side airbag triggered. Dale drives right off the teeter-totter and burns the clutch off of a fifth car. But that means Jamie, going last, is exempt from doing the challenge, as they are out of cars.
Road Signs – Peter administers a quick exam on road signs to all contestants. 14 signs are presented, with Brad getting the most right at 8. Dale is worst with only one.
Camaro Challenge: Icy Corner – This challenge, last presented in Canada's Worst Driver 4, has contestants use the Camaro (whose anti-lock braking system is disabled) to accelerate into a curved wall at 50 km/h, and make a sharp turn to avoid hitting it. The lesson teaches threshold braking to all contestants; contestants must brake but avoid locking up the tires to pass the challenge. Jamie, Paul, and Diane all hit the wall. Donna apologizes for Brad failing his run when Brad demanded silence on his run. Dean, who had a habit of letting go of the brake altogether, destroys the course. Dale had a falling out with John before the challenge, so Andrew helps Dale pass her run. Lance gets this on his first try.
In deliberation, no one has a desire to graduate. However, Paul receives consideration by both Philippe and initially Peter (though he quickly retracts his statement). He is considered safety-aware, though Cam argues that failing to make the cornering challenge is a condemnation of his skills. In the end, the experts agree to honour everyone's request, marking the first time in the history of the series that 7 contestants remain heading into the fourth episode.