Goodyear Offers Driving Lessons for Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes

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Goodyear, the tire manufacturer, is hoping some free driving lessons can turn around what's been a decidedly bad year behind the wheel for Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes.

The company dashed off letters to the two apparently driving-deficient actresses, offering them free driving lessons, according to ABC News Cleveland affiliate WEWS-TV.

Click here to read the full letter from Goodyear to Lindsay Lohan

The twenty-something starlets have been involved in multiple driving dramas. Lohan was accused of rear-ending a semi in July and Bynes faced recent hit-and-run allegations and a license suspension. Lohan was arrested in New York City Wednesday, accused of leaving the scene of an accident.

Goodyear is offering free transportation to its Akron, Ohio, headquarters "for a private 1-on-1 lesson with our professional drivers - no paparazzi allowed."

Each letter is tailored slightly to each actress' career.

Bynes' says, "Not all of us can be all that on the road" - making reference to her Nickelodeon show of the same name, while Lohan's note reportedly suggests that with training she'd be able to "show Herbie the Lovebug a thing or two." Lohan starred in "Herbie: Fully Loaded" in 2005.

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