The Juice

Goodyear offers Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes free driving lessons

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They say that some lessons are best learned through real life experience, or that the "school of hard knocks" can better prepare young people for life's challenges. But let's be honest: some things should really just be taught in the traditional sense -- like driving. Driving should not be mastered through a "trial and error"-type of learning curve.

Judging from a few recent headlines (no, lots and lots of recent headlines), Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes must have missed a Few driver's Ed classes in their teenage years.

Bynes had her black BMW impounded for driving with a suspended license early on Sept. 16, after already receiving a charge of DUI (which apparently ended with her rear-ending a cop car) and two hit-and-run incidents. She's set to face a court for the hit-and-run charges on Sept. 27, and again later for to face the music for the DUI.

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Lohan, meanwhile, has already served 120 days under house arrest for driving under the influence. And she might even be heading back soon after an allegedly hitting a pedestrian and fleeing the scene in her Porsche Cayenne early Wednesday morning.

But luckily, one company is stepping up to help them out: according to TMZ, Goodyear is offering both of these starlets free driving lessons.

Goodyear reportedly sent identical letters sent to camps for both Lohan and Bynes. "We're sorry to hear about your latest driving mishap," the letter reads. "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."

The company is apparently offering to fly both actresses to Goodyear's head office in Akron, Ohio for "a private 1-on-1 lesson with our professional drivers,"  where they'll learn "all the do's and don'ts of driving safely" on the facility's test course -- no paparazzi allowed.

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Not surprisingly, there's no word yet from either Lohan, Bynes, or their reps -- and there probably won't be, since Bynes has been adamant about her innocence with the latest charges, and Lohan has yet to comment on her latest incident. But perhaps it would be best for everyone if they hung up their keys for good, and collaborated on a cover of a Rihanna song, retitled "Shut Up and Hire a Driver."