Canada's Worst Parking Lot: For one of the few challenges that has all the drivers competing at once, the five drivers each have to drive around a simulated parking lot. Spaces will periodically open up, after which a driver will have to either reverse into or parallel-park in the bay.
If the driver hits anything while trying to park, or takes any more than the absolute minimum number of manoeuvres to get into a space (one for reversing, two for parallel-parking), they will have to take a "penalty lap" around the perimeter of the parking lot. After a rather chaotic start, in which every driver ends up taking at least a couple of penalty laps before anyone gets parked up correctly, Melanie, driving a 2001 Chevrolet Express van, becomes the first driver to get parked up correctly. Ashley, despite needing extensive guidance from Jillian when driving a pink 1972 Coupe de Ville, becomes the second driver to get parked up; soon followed by Shayne in the Crown Victoria. Travis, after repeatedly failing at parallel parking the 1971 Chevy Caprice coupe, finally manages to reverse into a bay, earning the fourth and final pass. Adam, in the gold 1991 Cadillac Limousine, is the last driver remaining, and thus automatically fails the challenge; adding insult to injury, he then fails to get parked up even after being allotted extra practice time.
Trailer Reversing: In a variation on the season 11 incarnation of this challenge, Tim gives each of the drivers a lesson in reversing with a small trailer, before the drivers each have to reverse the Chevy Express van towing a large Airstream trailer through the doors of one of Dunnville Airport's hangars.
Melanie, who it's revealed has been partying heavily throughout her time on the show, is unable to even handle the initial lesson, and is driven away to hospital suffering from dehydration and exhaustion; consequently, she takes no further part in any challenges this episode. Travis is the first driver to attempt the actual challenge, which he passes with no difficulty. Adam nearly passes on his first go, clipping the hangar's door, but he easily corrects the alignment of the trailer and passes on his second attempt. Ashley has serious trouble remembering the lesson that Tim taught her (Jillian, despite remembering how to do this from her previous appearance on the show, refuses to let Ashley rely on her for all the instructions), and eventually gives up after the trailer repeatedly gets stuck. Shayne, who didn't even really need the lesson to begin with due to having a day job that involves reversing trailers, passes with no problem.
Camaro Challenge: Forward Handbrake J-Turn: (Since the 2017 Camaro doesn't have a handbrake, this episode's extreme driving lesson was taught, practiced and challenged in a 1988 Ford Mustang coupe.) After getting a lesson on how to execute this high-speeds manoeuvre from Philippe (with Andrew noting that this is another challenge that would be illegal to perform on public roads), the drivers are each given four attempts to use the handbrake to spin the third-generation Mustang around 180 degrees in a small turning area, while dodging a foam figure with the face of their nominator on it. Ashley is first up, with Philippe expecting the worst from her run after she repeatedly had trouble understanding the technique during his lesson; she subsequently fails most of her runs by trying to use the footbrake instead of the handbrake, and despite nearly succeeding on her last attempt, she carries out the manoeuvre just a little too late. Shayne's first two runs prove disastrous, the first after he never once touches the handbrake, and the second when he unwittingly stomps on the gas pedal, causing him to fishtail out of control, but it proves third time lucky, as he passes with inches to spare.
Travis volunteers to take his first three runs without Apryl in the car, so that he won't rely on her for help, but all three attempts end up going badly wrong; the first two due to not even being able to find the handbrake in time, and the third when he drives too fast and turns far too late. Apryl joins him for his fourth and final run, which he only narrowly fails by attempting the manoeuvre too late. Adam (accompanied by Pat in his first two runs, Andrew in his third, and both men in his fourth) fails all four runs by both leaving it too late to pull the brake and failing to look where he wants to go, though like Travis, he only narrowly fails his fourth and final attempt.
Though Melanie is brought back to rehab for a talk with the experts, she proves too unwell to even manage that, and is sent back to her hotel room. All of the other drivers (barring Ashley) express their wish to graduate, though the experts are perturbed by what Shayne tells them, namely that during a public drive on Highway 403 with Tim in-between the first and second challenges, he could feel an episode of road rage coming on after being challenged by another driver, and likely would have cut the other driver off to prove a point had Tim not been there.
The three men, Adam, Shayne and Travis, are all nominated, leading to an intense discussion by the experts. At the graduation ceremony (with Melanie still absent), while Andrew commends Shayne for his honesty in admitting to his road rage, he also says that after hearing that, there was no way the experts could seriously consider graduating him this week, despite being the only driver who passed all three challenges. That leaves Adam and Travis, and despite Adam being considered the best overall driver of the group, Travis's performing better than Adam in every challenge this week and seeming more assured than Adam in his own public drive with Tim ends up swinging the decision his way, making Travis the latest graduate.