Trailer Driving: In this year's take on the challenge, the candidates reverse a Dodge Ram Campervan with an attached hot dog cart through a short course. Klyne takes the challenge first, and succeeds in completing it almost as quickly as Andrew did in his demonstration. Azim's stress problems prove to be his undoing once again, and he gives up after repeatedly jackknifing at the halfway point. Margherita nearly gives up as well, but eventually succeeds in completing the course, though she takes 37 minutes, more than twelve times longer than it took Andrew or Klyne. Flora initially does well on the challenge, but Frank begins micromanaging her again, and she eventually gives up after several unsuccessful attempts. While Diane wants Stephane to coach her around the course, he insists that she do it herself, which leads to her walking the course by foot several times to get a grasp on it. She succeeds, but takes the longest time yet at 55 minutes. Kevin takes so long on the challenge that the sun begins setting, forcing the crew to use the headlights of other vehicles to mark out the course; despite all this he still can't complete the course, and has to give up when the sun completely sets, making it too dark to continue.
The Water Tank Challenge: The candidates must drive a modified PT Cruiser with a roof-mounted water tank smoothly through a course to avoid getting wet. Despite resolving to not get wet at all, Andrew is splashed for the fifth year in a row after taking a slalom turn too wide. Margherita is the first candidate to take the challenge, and ends up spilling much of her water on at the end of the initial straight by braking too late. Cheryl gets splashed the most during their run, causing her to accuse Margherita of doing it on purpose; she loses 80 litres during the challenge, most of which was lost at the start and at the end when she backed into a concrete barrier. Diane makes a similar mistake at the start of her run, braking too late and losing a lot of water; after that she doesn't take the challenge very seriously and ends up losing a total of 70 litres. Kevin is the third driver in a row to brake too late at the start, with predictable results. Though the exact amount of water that he lost was not revealed, Andrew specified that his run was easily the worst in rehab, losing more water than anyone else and causing the most damage to the course. Klyne lapses into his speeding habits again, leading to Maureen getting heavily soaked, though the rest of his run is relatively smooth and he loses just 40 litres. Azim has a less than smooth run, braking too sharply at the beginning and repeatedly going off-course in the reversing section, resulting in him losing 70 litres. Flora's erratic acceleration results in her losing a lot of water on the opening straight, and to add insult to injury she has to re-take it because she didn't drive at the required 50 km/h. She ultimately lost 80 litres, though the experts noted that she was starting to fight back against Frank's attempts to micro-manage her.
Mustang Challenge: Swerve and Avoid: For this year's take on a challenge that has previously been credited with saving viewers' lives, the drivers must drive toward a cityscape at 70 km/h, and avoid a styrofoam dog walker by swerving promptly and not hitting the brakes. Each driver has two runs to complete the challenge. Klyne gets an extra lesson and is told to take a practice run at 90 km/h, which proves to be too fast to complete the course. Despite this, he goes at 90 km/h in his first run, and hits the cityscape. After yet another reprimand from Andrew, on his second run Klyne goes at the required speed and passes without any trouble. Margherita is next, and despite extensive coaching from Cheryl during her first run, she clips the cityscape on the passenger side. Her second run is more successful, and for the first time this season Margherita passes a challenge. Before her run, Flora warns Frank to keep his mouth shut; he obliges, and she performs flawlessly, passing at the first time of asking. Diane brakes on her first run, leading to her hitting the cityscape; her second run proves to be the worst one yet, as she drives far too fast and ends up crashing into the cityscape head-on. Taking things calmly for once, Azim succeeds at the first go, surprising even himself. Kevin demonstrates a case of target fixation in his first run, steering directly at the obstacle he was supposed to avoid and hitting it head-on, and does little better in his second run, hitting the cityscape on his passenger side.
Prior to the judges' deliberations, Maureen joins Klyne and the two reflect on their respective attitudes, and the role they played in Klyne's destructive habits. It quickly becomes obvious to the judges that Klyne is the only possible graduate, and while Shyamala argues that no-one should graduate this episode and that Klyne should be made to stay at least one more episode to make sure his attitude change sticks, the others conclude that there is nothing more they can teach him, and that his future as a driver is entirely in his own hands now.