The Longest Reversing Challenge in the World/Highway Drive: For this year's incarnation of the challenge, the drivers have to reverse down a 1km-long course made up of wheel rims, concrete barriers and other cars, with finishing the course cleanly considered more of a priority than doing it quickly. Tim will also be taking some of the drivers through a highway drive after they finish reversing, in an attempt to demonstrate that the experience needn't be stressful.
Melanie is up first, and finishes the course with nine hits, a performance which isn't considered too bad, but Melanie herself admits that she still has a lot of room for improvement. When Tim takes her on her public drive, however, she gets extremely stressed just driving towards the highway, and repeatedly lashes out at Tim during the course of the drive, though by the time of a second run on the highway she proves a little less stressed. Back at the rehab centre, Ashley is next to take the challenge, and has to be repeatedly reminded by Jillian to look out the rear window while reversing; despite a bad start, she finishes the challenge with only six hits. Like Melanie, Ashley becomes stressed and tearful on the highway, though is eventually able to handle it. Travis has an even cleaner run, hitting four things, while Adam not only has the fastest run of the day, he hits only one thing; neither of them is required to take a highway drive with Tim, as doing so is not considered a major issue for them. Shayne takes the longest time to finish the challenge, but only hits a single object; his highway run is only briefly shown, but he handles it with less stress than Melanie or Ashley.
The Water-Tank Challenge: In what Andrew reveals was voted the show's most popular challenge in a fan poll in-between this and the previous season, the drivers have to drive a vehicle dubbed the "Carcodile" (actually a 2006-vintage Chrysler 300 made up to look like a crocodile) through a course, with smooth acceleration, braking and steering paramount to keeping the drivers (and their nominators) being soaked by a water tank mounted on top of the vehicle. Despite his best efforts, even Andrew isn't able to completely avoid getting wet in his demonstration, though he points out that 5 litres is the least he's lost in a demonstration thus far. Adam is up first, and loses a lot of water right at the start by braking too sharply on the initial 60 km/h straight; the rest of his run subsequently proves very slow and he loses a total of 85 litres; despite Andrew considering his run disappointing, however, it still proves to be the best of the day. Ashley starts getting soaked from the very start of her run due to her erratic acceleration on the initial straight, although she brakes more smoothly than Adam did.
Halfway through her run, Andrew decides that she's relying too much on Jillian, whom he asks to leave the car; despite getting stuck in a turning area made up of concrete blocks for nearly a half-hour, she eventually finishes her run with 120 litres lost. Shayne gets off to the most erratic start yet, and his run of good challenges soon comes crashing down, as his lack of steering and pedal control throughout the challenge results in his losing the most so far, at 135 litres.
Travis gets off to another erratic start, and like Ashley, has his nominator ordered out of the car for relying on her too much. His run ends up being one of the comparatively better ones, but he still loses 95 litres. Melanie doesn't even make a real effort in the challenge, and despite losing only 105 litres, which is less than Ashley or Shayne lost, her performance is judged to be the worst of the day, with the experts seriously questioning her desire to improve as a driver.
Camaro Challenge: The Reverse Flick: After being given a lesson by Philippe in how to unbalance the car's steering and spin the car 180 degrees, something that Andrew notes is actually illegal to carry out on public roads, the drivers are each given three attempts to reverse the Camaro into a turning area, then spin the car around and drive it forwards out the other end of the area. Ashley is first to take the challenge, but fails her first two attempts by hitting the barriers leading into the turning area, and on her third attempt steers to late and crashes into the far wall. Melanie also hits the entry barrier on her first attempt, then turns too early on her second attempt, and on her final attempt she goes too slow and only succeeds in turning the car 90 degrees. Adam is the third driver in a row not to even get into the turning area on his first attempt, but on his second attempt he successfully passes the challenge. Shayne ends up failing all three of his attempts by speeding and over-steering, causing him to go through the wall of the turning area in his first and third attempts, and not even being able to get into the area on his second run.
Travis, who had severe trouble carrying out the technique in Philippe's lesson, ends up being the worst performer by far at this challenge, never even managing to make it into the turning area on any of his runs; on top of that, in his second run he ends up impaling several pieces of wood (from the boxes that make up the lane barriers) through the Camaro's rear bumper, which breaks off when Andrew removes them.
For the second episode in a row, none of the drivers has any wish to graduate. Despite this, Shayne and Travis admit that regardless of how much they've improved as drivers, their whole outlook on life is being changed for the better by the experience.
With Adam having been the best performer in all three challenges, the experts immediately agree that he's the only even remotely feasible graduate this episode. However, his lack of desire to graduate causes Andrew to override their decision, and he tells Adam that he'll only graduate when he feels ready to. Thus, the episode ends, as per usual for the fifth episode of a Canada's Worst Driver season, with no-one graduating.