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.
The country's most awful drivers and their nominators begin by carrying out the simplest of tasks in our Hilly Rails challenge, This task involves attempting to drive in a straight line... driving forwards and then backwards along rails lined up over a shallow water drop. Next, the drivers keep an eye on where they want to go -- and head to the infamous Eye of the Needle Challenge. Finally, the remaining drivers all pile into a bus and tackle the Reverse Figure Eight Challenge. All of the candidates think they know the technique, but learning to use side mirrors may prove to be more difficult than it looks. One driver graduates after showing an improvement and our experts continue to watch closely to determine who will be Canada's Worst Driver.
For the first episode we are introduced to the eight driver's and the people who nominated them for the show. As well as the the team of experts assigned to help make each person a better driver. The challenges included the drive to the Rehab Centre and Stopping.
The six remaining drivers begin this episode in style. They all pile into a limousine, and each takes turns attempting to manoeuver the giant vehicle around a figure eight track. All of the drivers should know how to use their mirrors but this may prove difficult for our returning drivers.
The final four drivers tackle some of the toughest challenges they've seen in rehab to date. It all begins as the remaining drivers get behind the wheel of a powerful 4x4 and attempt to complete an Off Road Challenge. With last episode's result being so poor, we revisit the "know where your wheels are challenge". The twist - our final four must complete The Trough in reverse. Finally, our final four learn the skills needed for a high speed Swerve and Avoid. The results are disastrous. It's an explosive episode you don't want to miss. At the end of this episode, one lucky driver graduates avoiding the title and our experts narrow the field to the 3 finalists in the search for Canada's Worst Driver.
The country's most appalling drivers begin this episode in a busy parking lot. Frustrations rise as they each attempt to maneuver and secure a parking space. Then, stress levels elevate as our abysmal drivers attempt to parallel park. It will be a tight squeeze for our drivers as they attempt the challenge in a massive automobile. Later, our drivers try their hand at the Trough. Knowing where your wheels are has never been more important. Finally, the "worst" tackle a true Canadian driving task as they slide into the Icy Corner Challenge. Learning the proper method to taking an icy corner has never been more frightening. Once our drivers finish their day, our panel of experts make their decision. One driver heads back onto the public roads and we continue the search for Canada's Worst Driver.
Rehab is well underway and the eight remaining drivers have returned to the Rehab Centre with their nominators. They begin by showing us how where their wheels are as they attempt to complete the Trough. Knowing where your wheels are has never been more crucial.
In episode two the learning process begins with a challenge on how to handle a car, by using a sunroof and a tank of water. The wetter you were the worse you did. Next challenge was parallel parking with a twist it had to be done with a fire hose simulating rain. The last challenge of the show was night driving through an obstacle course.
The nominees learn how to back up a recreational vehicle and check their blindsides while driving down a course.
Eight of the country's most appalling drivers and their nominators begin the rehabilitation process by first driving to The Rehab Centre, situated at an undisclosed Ontario military location. This year's drivers begin their Basic Training with some skills evaluation. Our Basic Assessment Challenge reveals a dreadful lack of even the most fundamental driving abilities in all of the candidates. Our group of experts considers this bunch to be the worst group of drivers we've ever had at the Driver's Rehabilitation Centre, and it's anybody's guess at this point as to who ultimately will be branded Canada's Worst Driver.
The remaining drivers start by quickly becoming distracted behind the wheel and learn how dangerous distracted driving can really be. It becomes quite clear that old habits need to change. Next, our drivers are paired-up and tackle the Head-to-Head Challenge. The race is on to see who understands the S-Turn. It is a challenge that is going to be double the fun and double the frustration. Finally, the drivers race down the track and are required to check their blind spot to succeed in this task. Checking their blind spot remains to be challenging for some of our abysmal drivers. It's anybody's guess at this point as to who ultimately will be branded Canada's Worst Driver.
The remaining drivers take on the Teeter Totter and the Water Tank Challenge.
The remaining drivers learn about the dangers of distracted driving.
As pressure builds amongst the drivers, tempers flare in 3 reverse challenges. Canada's worst drivers attempt to back into parking spaces in Canada's Worst Parking Lot, reverse with a trailer, and perform the annual Reverse Flick challenge.Watch Now:Amazon
In this episode, the six remaining drivers still stuck in Rehab find themselves preoccupied as they manoeuvre and multi-task their way through the Distraction Demonstration. Next, our abysmal drivers are going in circles as they attempt to execute Drifting Donuts. Finally, an old favourite is back and our drivers attempt to drive as smoothly as possible through the trusty Water Tank Challenge. It turns out the final six wind up very wet behind the ears when it comes to smooth driving. As our drivers towel off, our panel of experts make their decision. Another driver heads home and we continue the search for Canada's Worst Driver.
Drivers use their side mirrors to reverse around a long turn figure-eight course in a stretch limousine, attempt the Trough Challenge, and look where they want to go in the Eye of the Needle Challenge.
The bad driving continues this episode as our remaining 5 drivers learn the fastest way to turn around and attempt a Reverse 180 Turn. Next, the drivers must know where their wheels are at all times as they try to ride the rails in a challenge called the Trough. Later, our drivers try their hand at a new found sport at the rehab centre. They go head to head in the first Shopping Cart Hockey shoot out at rehab. Finally with trailer in tow, our remaining drivers attempt to tow and reverse not one, but two trailers at the same time. At the end of this episode, one lucky driver graduates and our experts narrow the field to 4, in the search for Canada's Worst Driver.
Rehab is well underway, and the six remaining drivers must learn how to use their side mirrors while reversing around a long turn figure 8 course.
With one driver gone an seven left episode three starts off a little backwards or should I say reverse. Challenge number one of the show is reversing when confronted by a tractor on a one way street. This challenge gives the drivers a jump start on the second challenge of the day which is there knowledge and the mechanics of the 3 point turn. The last challenge is a fun one it’s called “Eye of the Needle”. The contestants have to drive at 60 km/h or above in a straight trying not to hit any boxes on either side of there car.Watch Now:Amazon
Eight of the country's most appalling drivers and their nominators begin by safely driving to The Rehab Centre. Once they arrive, their driving education commences. This year's drivers begin their rehabilitation with some skills evaluation. Our Basic Assessment Challenge reveals a dreadful lack of even the most fundamental driving abilities in all of the candidates. Our group of experts is astonished and considers this bunch to be the worst group of drivers we've ever had at the Driver's Rehabilitation Centre. It's anybody's guess at this point as to who ultimately will be named Canada's Worst Driver.
The remaining drivers tackle the Longest Reverse in the World Challenge, the Water Tank Challenge, and drive in circles for the Reverse Flick Challenge.
The nominees find themselves being tested on a basic driving skill: merging in traffic. However, when the nation's worst drivers are involved, anything can happen.
In this episode, the worst drivers must manoeuvre a van, that’s packed full of breakables objects, through an obstacle course. Then, they are given directions to go from point A to point B, and to find their way through a city. Has anyone earned the right to graduate from the Driver’s Rehabilitation Centre in this episode?Watch Now:Amazon
Our drivers begin the episode by learning that anyone with a licence is allowed to drive a truck attached with a huge snow plow. But the question is, will Canada's worst drivers be able to plow their way through the challenge? Then, we find out what our drivers know about everyday rules of the road. The results will surprise you. Later, our drivers slide over to the curling ice and try their hand at Car Curling. Using all they've learnt in rehab so far, they must deliver the best draw weight so the stone reaches the house. Finally, with training under their belts, they attempt the Moose Evasive Challenge. One driver heads back to the public roads after showing an improvement and our experts continue to watch closely to determine who will be Canada's Worst Driver.Watch Now:Amazon
With the title of Canada's Worst Driver looming, the three remaining drivers begin this final episode by riding in a car together. Keeping their wits about them, each one attempts to slalom through simple course.
Do Canada's worst drivers know their limits? Can they maneuver inside The Cross without hitting.. everything? Will the remaining drivers remember to 'look where they want to go' and slide through the Icy Corner Challenge unscathed?