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With Robert Cardenas being named the first graduate of the season, seven nominees remain at the Centre. Those seven are given an examination of street signs, at which most are inept. As ... See full summary »

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Andrew Younghusband ...
Himself - Host
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Robert Cardenas ...
Himself - Nominee (archive footage)
Tim Danter ...
Himself - Head Driving Instructor
Margherita Donato ...
Herself - Nominee
Azim Kanji ...
Himself - Nominee
Shyamala Kiru ...
Herself - Relationship Therapist
Kim Lee ...
Himself - Kal Tire Safety Expert
Philippe Létourneau ...
Himself - High Performance Driving Instructor
Klyne Postnikoff ...
Himself - Nominee
Dallas Sam ...
Herself - Nominee
Kevin Simmons ...
Himself - Nominee
Flora Wang ...
Herself - Nominee
Cam Woolley ...
Himself - Traffic Specialist
Diane Zbierski ...
Herself - Nominee
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With Robert Cardenas being named the first graduate of the season, seven nominees remain at the Centre. Those seven are given an examination of street signs, at which most are inept. As many of the nominees have a problem of driving while trying to multitask, they are then told to drive a course while doing several other tasks behind the wheel. Their first true challenge is the annual eye of the needle challenge at which they are to drive at 70 kph, which ends up being an issue for some in looking at their speedometer while at the same time driving the course. These first two driving challenges result in three of the worst exhibitions of driving ever at the Centre, with one perhaps being the scariest and potentially the most tragic. The last challenge is to reverse a school bus through a figure eight course, which teaches the nominees the importance of using their mirrors. While talking to the panel, only one nominee feels ready to graduate. Although that nominee is on the short list ... Written by Huggo

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