Canada's Worst Parking Lot: After receiving a lesson on parallel parking with help from a self parking car, the five nominees's next challenge was to park in a simulated parking lot. Each driver had to reverse into a parking lot stall in one motion, and any ticketable offense they cause (such as hitting a car) will cause them to perform a penalty lap. Descy, who already knows how to park properly, easily reverses into a stall, and is the first to finish. After Andrew gives Karlene her handicap parking permit (due to her accident 13 years ago), she manages to park in said spot after a slow two minutes of reversing, and she is excited to finally pass a challenge out of the 10 she performed so far. The other three, however, struggle as most of them hit objects, with the worst offense being Brittany parking in the handicap spot earlier, and hitting the sign, requiring her to perform two penalty laps. After a reminder lesson from Andrew, Brittany manages to become the third nominee to park, although it's not counted as a pass as she had to do five penalty laps. Brandon, after continuing to struggle, eventually parks, but only after doing three penalty laps as well, making Alexis the worst of the worst as she never comes close to parking without hitting cars or barriers.
Trailer Reversing: Due to confusion from the nominees in the past in reversing a challenge (said confusion is grasping that you have to steer the wheel in the opposite direction to get it where you want the trailer to turn), this season allows the nominees a chance to use a special trailer reverse knob on the Ford 4x4 that is also equipped with a reversing camera. The challenge this year involves having to reverse the trailer through three gates and into the garage, with the choice of using the reverse feature or not.
Alexis is up first, and decides not to use the feature. However, she immediately sets the bar low by continually jackknifing, hitting the obstacles, and even getting trapped in a mudpit briefly. However, what Andrew is more concerned is the fact that Alexis continues to show a dismissive attitude throughout the challenge (which has been becoming a recurring problem as of late), and she finishes in 22 minutes. Both Descy and Brittany finish easily with the reversing feature in 12 minutes each, and while Brandon takes 15 minutes with one hit, he also finishes easily thanks to the reversing feature. Karlene, the final nominee to take the challenge, decides not to use the reversing feature, and while she takes the longest of the five (33 minutes to be exact), she manages to finish without hitting things, even though she gets annoyed when Darrel told her to stop in the garage (which was the only thing he told her to do in rehab so far).
Reverse Flick: Unlike in previous seasons, the challenge will not be using the Mustang due to it having a computer chip that prohibits going faster than 30km/h in reverse. So instead, the show's decommissioned cop car is used for the challenge in order to teach the nominees about weight distribution in a vehicle.
When meeting with the experts, Brittany's crash history from earlier is brought up (the most she said was 50 hits when most of the production crew admit to hitting no more than two cars), along with her tendency to pay for damages from her own pockets instead of letting her insurance company know about it. Brittany admits that in order to afford those payments, she usually takes overtime shifts at her care aid work and tearfully admits that it's starting to take her toll as she has no healthy outlet outside of work. For the fourth time this season, nobody expresses interest in graduating and while Andrew is shocked that nobody has once believed that they were ready for graduation (aside from Ryan and Darris, both of whom have graduated), the panel honored their request and, as tradition, nobody graduates in the fifth episode.