‘Canada’s Worst Driver’ headed straight for Vancouver

Sandra Thomas / Vancouver Courier

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Canada’s Worst Driver is accepting nominations for bad drivers from Greater Vancouver to appear on the TV series

Canada’s Worst Driver is calling on Vancouver’s fearless men and women to help find, name and RIDE SHOTGUN with the country’s worst drivers for the 14th season of the TV series.

As part of its goal to rehabilitate bad drivers across the country, the long running Discovery Canada series is calling on the good citizens of Vancouver to uncover the next round of accident-prone licensees. Vancouver nominations can be made online immediately by going to canadasworstdriver.ca.

Buckle up! Along for the bumpy ride will be the friend, husband, wife, relative, sibling, co-worker or neighbour who nominated them. Nominations are being accepted now until March 31, with filming slated for this summer. Those selected for the show will be flown to Toronto and earn one of eight coveted spots at the drivers rehabilitation centre. Each and every Vancouver nomination will be thoroughly considered.

The show is led and hosted by the courageous Andrew Younghusband who has seen more than 100 drivers come through the driver’s rehabilitation center.

“We’ve been at this for over a decade, but there’s no slowing down. There’s a whole new generation of drivers taking over city streets, some were just four years old when the show first hit the airways, now they’re making nominations or looking for training themselves,” says Younghusband. “We’re here to help and I can truly say — we have.”

Canada’s Worst Driver aims to make Canadian highways and streets safer by taking the most abysmal drivers off the road for in-depth driver’s training. The goal is to release each motorist back onto Canadian roads as safer, better drivers. The upcoming season will feature classic driving challenges such as eye-of-the-needle, the water tank challenge and the notable mega challenge next to updated and innovative courses for the most exciting season yet.

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