The Trough – The challenge from Canada's Worst Driver 5 returns. In this course, the contestant must drive a car atop a series of concrete barriers placed on their side. Contestants must remain on the concrete at all times; if the car slips off or gets stuck, the contestants must start over. Lance is unable to go through the course in the one-hour time limit. Jamie makes it across on her third try after panicking on her first two attempts. Because of the nature of the course, Andrew must accompany Brad. He makes it about three feet from the end in the final run before running out of time and scraping the bottom of the truck. John also sits out on Dale's run due to extreme heat, and Dale promptly gets herself stuck repeatedly.
Distracted Driving – The annual lesson on why distracted driving (especially texting while driving) should not be done has contestants drive a figure-eight course while doing many things at the same time. Dale, who had driven straight through her garage door on one occasion, gets the point easily. Jamie, the contestant from the only province where there is no ban on cell phone use while driving (at the time of taping; a ban is in effect at the time of airing), has never done this, and has never tried this herself. She agrees to try, with predictably disastrous results. Brad, who does not own a phone, tries instead to apply lipstick instead, with similarly destructive results. Lance doesn't get the point, though, when he is told to apply lipstick, eat, and drink while behind the wheel.
Canada's Worst Cup – In a variation on last year's Shopping Cart Hockey challenge, the contestants must push an oversized soccer ball across a soccer pitch with a car. The ball may bounce off any number of foam defenders, but the car may not hit any of them. Furthermore, the car may not cross a white line when shooting at the goal. Dale has trouble controlling the ball initially, but manages to score 8 goals in 15 minutes. Lance repeatedly hits the foam goaltender, and only gets four goals in his run. Brad accidentally injures Donna in the passenger seat in his run, and thus is disqualified with four minutes left in his run. Jamie complains to Eric about talking too much in her run, but she manages to tie Dale for the win with 8 goals.
Camaro Challenge: Handbrake J-Turn – The contestants must take on the traditional challenge in the Camaro this year (but at 60 km/h). Jamie picks up the lesson quickly, but is too nervous come challenge time, and hits the foot brakes repeatedly, and fails her set 7 runs. Again, Andrew will accompany Brad on his run due to Donna's injuries and the nature of the challenge, and Andrew makes Brad do a few dry run before making his attempts. Brad manages to pass after three attempts (the first two failing due to hitting the foot brake), but Cam is quick to discount Brad's accomplishment as in his mind Andrew had overstepped his bound by helping too much. Before Lance's run, though, the rain hits, and so Andrew tells Lance to never accelerate above 70 km/h due to hydroplaning concerns (though Andrew also adds that the course speed limit is now lowered to the standard 50 km/h due to the rain). Lance fails his first three runs by triggering both the handbrake and footbrake before making the turn, and then fails his next three by triggering the handbrake too late. Lance then fails his last chance by failing to find the hand brake (as he had taken his hand off of it). Dale's 7 runs all have her triggering the foot brake (and some of them by hitting the obstacles en route to the turning obstacle), prompting her to think that this is beyond her.
Neither Dale or Lance are graduating for sure by their own admissions. Jamie admits that Brad is the better driver, but Brad believes that he's bound for the final three. The experts are again split on who to let go. In another 3-2 split decision, Jamie takes the prize, meaning that she can avoid driving Andrew around Niagara Falls, and avoid being named Canada's Worst Driver.