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Lindsay Lohan & Amanda Bynes; Goodyear Offers Free Driving Lessons

The tire company Goodyear is offering free driving lessons to Lohan and Bynes.

By Dexter Keyton, EnStars on Sep 21, 2012 12:08 PM EDT
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After all of the trouble actresses Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes have had with their driving, they've been given a chance to fix things for the future.

Goodyear, the tire company, decided to offer Lohan and Bynes free driving lessons. Their hopes are that the actresses will decrease the danger they pose behind the wheel, which doesn't just cover the drivers but also everyone else around them.

According to TMZ, a representative for the tire company sent similar letters to both actresses stating: "We're sorry to hear about your latest driving mishap ... We're concerned for your safety and the safety of those who hit the road each day, and we'd like to help out any way we can."

This comes after the fact that both Lohan and Bynes have been in trouble with the authorities. Lohan's latest incident occurred this week after she was arrested for allegedly hitting a pedestrian and fleeing the scene in New York City. Bynes has had several troubles in the last few months, which include two alleged hit-and-runs and one DUI.

Goodyear decided the best solution to everyone's problem was to offer their services. The company said that it wants to fly the young actresses out to its headquarters in Akron, Ohio for "a private 1-on-1 lesson with our professional drivers -- no paparazzi allowed -- who can show you all the do's and don'ts of driving safely," according to the site.

Lohan and Bynes will have full access to Goodyear's test track and course to use while taking their lessons.

It's unclear how the actresses feel about the situation and no word yet on whether they will take Goodyear up on their offer. 

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