Canada's Worst Driver Season 10
S10 E01Oct 27, 2014
Welcome to Rehab... Oct 27, 2014 For the past nine seasons host Andrew Younghusband has tackled the hazards of winter driving, adapted high-performance tips from the racetrack, and manouvered through big city gridlock. And now, for Season 10, CANADA’S WORST DRIVER contends with the most rampant challenge on the roads today: Distracted driving.
S10 E02Nov 3, 2014
Crash, Bang, Boom! Nov 3, 2014 The nominees for Canada's Worst Driver tackle a series of driving challenges in the hope of getting their keys back and leaving the Driver Rehabilitation Centre.
S10 E03Nov 10, 2014
What Just Happened? Nov 10, 2014 With Ian Brannan being named perhaps surprisingly the first graduate of the season - he being so named because he recognized the bad driving choices he was making - there are seven nominees left at the Drivers' Rehabilitation Centre. The panel believes the distracted driving demonstration is more important now than ever with cell phone use causing driving accidents being on the rise. Four of the remaining nominees are addicted to their cell phone while driving, another who would use it if his passengers would allow it, and another whose distraction is eating and drinking while ...
S10 E04Nov 17, 2014
Piece of Cake Nov 17, 2014 With Santana Pike being named the second graduate, six nominees remain at the Centre. The nominees' first challenge is to test if they know how fast they are driving by covering their speedometer. They are required to drive at both 50kph and 70kph, the latter which also entails them hitting on their brakes at a given point to avoid hitting a wall, which they should be able to do if they are indeed driving at the requested speed. Their second challenge is the annual water tank challenge, which includes a straightaway acceleration and deceleration section, a forward precision ...
S10 E05Nov 24, 2014
1 - 2 - 3 - Go! Nov 24, 2014 There are five nominees left at the Centre with the graduation of George Firth. Before the next set of challenges, Andrew tries to impress on the five the importance of proper seating behind the wheel and the negative consequences of not doing so if/when an air bag is deployed. The first challenge for the five is to do a three point turn in a school bus in an enclosure. This task may be difficult for some who either do not grasp the concept or who do not even know what a three point turn is. The second and third challenges require Philippe to teach them the associated and related...
S10 E06Dec 1, 2014
Know Your Limits Dec 1, 2014 With the panel deciding not to graduate anyone at the last graduation ceremony based on the nominees' own wants, there are still five left at the Centre. As it is one of the most destructive and frightening activities for the nominees as a collective in their everyday driving, parking in a crowded parking lot is their first challenge. They must obey all standard rules, one nominee who is totally oblivious to legalities of property damage in parking lots. They must park into any available legal space in one go, in each case backing up, a penalty incurred if the parking...
S10 E07Dec 8, 2014
Slip and Slide Dec 8, 2014 With Mariah Carriere being named the latest graduate, there are four nominees left in the running to be named Canada's Worst Driver. Their first challenge is to do a straight reverse one kilometer in length, the longest reversing challenge ever on the show. There are several sections, the side barriers made of different materials and the lane being differing widths throughout the course. The nominees are told that it is a race, that they are to complete the course as fast as they can. Most do not however realize that success still entails not hitting anything. Tim holds himself ...
S10 E08Dec 15, 2014
Season finale! Dec 15, 2014 This final episode of crashes, crunches and outright destruction determines who's unfit to get their car keys back; one unlucky driver is named Canada's Worst Driver.