Canada's Worst Driver is a reality show created by the people at Discovery Canada. 8 people nominated by friends and family go to the Drivers' Rehabilitation Center and are taken through various tests. The tests include braking, nighttime driving, country driving, and cornering, among other things. At the end of each episode, somebody is graduated and goes back home. The last person remaining is dubbed Canada's Worst Driver.
Canada's Worst Driver 2 is the second season of Canada's Worst Driver, a Discovery Channel Canada television series which seeks to improve the driving skills of eight selected contestants, who are also trying to avoid being named the show's eponymous and dubious title. In this series, eight contestants and their nominators arrive at the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, located on the grounds of CFB Borden, where the contestants' keys are confiscated. Over the course of several weeks, the contestants take on challenges designed to improve their driving skills. Starting with the second episode and at the end of each subsequent episode thereafter, the most improved driver, as determined by host Andrew Younghusband and a panel of judges, may choose to graduate a contestant, in which case the contestant is no longer considered to be in the running for Canada's Worst Driver. This continues until three contestants remain, where one final challenge will determine who among them is Canada's Worst Driver. Unlike the previous season, which focused on winter driving conditions, this season focuses on summer driving skills. Also, the Driver Rehabilitation Program is one week shorter, guaranteeing that at least three contestants remain in the final episode.
Canada's Worst Driver 3 is the third season of Canada's Worst Driver, a Discovery Channel Canada television series which seeks to improve the driving of eight nominated contestants, each of which trying to avoid being named Canada's Worst Driver. Like the two previous seasons, eight contestants and their nominators arrive at the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, which in this season is the ghost town of Edgar, Ontario, north of Barrie. Starting with the second episode, one driver "graduates" from the rehabilitation program and is eliminated from contention for the series' dubious title. This proceeds until three contestants remain, when a final challenge will take place, and one is given the title of Canada's Worst Driver. Unlike the two previous seasons, however, the focus of this season is on extreme driving, in the hope that knowledge of these techniques will help them become more confident and competent at the wheel. Also unlike the two previous seasons, the contestants' driver's licenses are confiscated instead of their keys.
Canada's Worst Driver 4 is the fourth season of Canada's Worst Driver, a Discovery Channel Canada television series which seeks to improve the driving of eight nominated contestants, each of which trying to avoid being named Canada's Worst Driver. Like previous series, each contestant is nominated by a loved one, and are taken to the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, located this year at an abandoned correctional facility in Guelph, Ontario. At the rehabilitation centre, each contestant is taught key driving skills, and are tested in various challenges, with three challenges to an episode. Before each challenge, host Andrew Younghusband performs each challenge to demonstrate that they are doable without error by an average driver. The first episode, where the contestants must drive to the Driver Rehabilitation Centre from a location an hour's drive away in the traditional first challenge, serves as a skills evaluation. Starting with the second episode, and at the end of every episode thereafter, the experts and Andrew decide on which of the remaining contestants have been sufficiently rehabilitated to be let go onto public roads. This continues until three contestants remain, where two traditional final challenges determine who is named Canada's Worst Driver. Though normally one contestant leaves in every episode, the experts may, at their discretion, refuse to allow anyone to graduate, or conversely graduate more than one contestant in an episode. In extreme circumstances, the experts may also choose to expel a contestant with no intention of improving their driving skills. This year, like the previous season, roughly half of the challenges are new to the series, while the other half, such as the initial drive to the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, the Eye of the Needle, the Water-Tank Challenge, the Mega-Challenge, and the series-ending road test, are returning from previous seasons. However, the challenges this season are more specifically tuned for the individual contestants than in previous years, to better address driving issues specific to each contestant. For this year, a fleet of brand-new luxury cars have been commissioned for some of the challenges.
Canada's Worst Driver 5 is the fifth season of Canada's Worst Driver, the Canadian automotive television series on Discovery Channel which seeks to improve the skills of eight of the worst motorists in Canada. In this season, the eight contestants are taken to the Driver Rehabilitation Centre in CFB Borden, which had been previously used in Canada's Worst Driver 2. Unlike Canada's Worst Driver 2, however, it is only referred to on-air as an "undisclosed military location". The series launch was set to coincide with the launch of a new law in Ontario prohibiting the use of handheld electronic devices while driving. Similar bans have been instituted in Atlantic Canada and Quebec, with Manitoba and Saskatchewan considering similar laws. This season will also be the second to be featured on the iTunes Store and the first to have new episodes one day after first airing.
Canada's Worst Driver 6 is the sixth season of the Canada's Worst Driver series, where eight contestants known by those close to them for being bad drivers are taught lessons on improving their driving skills. As with previous seasons, the contestants are taken to the Driver Rehabilitation Centre, which takes place this year at Dunnville Airport in Dunnville, Ontario. The season finale is slated to be in Niagara Falls, Ontario for the first time this year. For this season, a new series logo has been commissioned, coinciding with an increase in fundamentals of high-performance driving in the lessons this year.
Nine of the country's most appalling drivers from past seasons of Canada's Worst Driver return to the Rehab Centre. After safely driving their nominators to the Rehab Centre, it's up to each driver to prove that they possess the necessary driving skills to finally graduate from the Rehab Centre.