America's Worst Driver

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America's Worst Driver
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America's Worst Driver Logo
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 10
Production
Running time 1 hour
Release
Original channel Travel Channel
Original release March 13, 2010 – May 8, 2010

America's Worst Driver was a 2010 reality television program on Travel Channel, based on the television series Britain's Worst Driver and Canada's Worst Driver, part of the Worst Driver television franchise.[1] Hosted are Alonzo Bodden and Jill Simonian, contestants from 8 cities compete to not be named the worst driver in their respective cities, because the contestants who are named the worst driver in their city has their car destroyed. Everyone else wins prizes which range from free oil changes to a trip. In the finale, the 8 drivers meet up in Los Angeles to show who is the most improved, with each driver winning a new car, other than the loser. In the finale of season one, Matt Conn of San Francisco was named America's Worst Driver and had a car representing him torn apart by Robosaurus.

Breakdown[edit]

Source: [2]

Contestant Challenge 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Matt and Eli (San Francisco) IN IN IN IN IN IN AMERICA'S WORST DRIVER
Andrea and Telea (Dallas) IN IN IN IN IN IN WON A CAR
James and Cristin (Chicago) IN IN IN IN IN WON A CAR
Michael and Safiya (New York) IN IN IN IN WON A CAR
Stephanie and Kelly (Seattle) IN IN IN WON A CAR
Parker and Alyssa (Boston) IN IN WON A CAR
Alex and Nadine (Miami) IN WON A CAR
Brian and Janett (Los Angeles) WON A CAR


     (OUT) The driver has won a new car, and is out of the running for America's Worst Driver.

Season 1[edit]

Episode Title
Episode 1 San Francisco
Episode 2 Boston
Episode 3 Chicago
Episode 4 Miami
Episode 5 Seattle
Episode 6 Los Angeles
Episode 7 New York
Episode 8 Dallas
Episode 9 Finals, Part 1
Episode 10 Finals, Part 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chris Shunk. ""America's Worst Driver" set to air on Travel Channel". autoblog.com. 
  2. ^ Laurie Peterson. "'America's Worst Driver' Season Finale". aaatravelviews.com.