Amanda Bynes, Lindsay Lohan Offered Free Driving Lessons by Goodyear Tires

Finally someone has offered to help troubled drivers Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan. Tire company Goodyear has allegedly sent the two notorious drivers personal letters and offered to give the girls free driving lessons.

"Dear Amanda," the alleged letter reads, "We're sorry to hear about your latest driving mishap. We understand that you've struggled behind the wheel before, and that driving can be a real challenge, particularly trying to navigate all of the stop-and-go traffic in L.A. and New York City."

Bynes and Lohan have both been involved in numerous car accidents, and while Lohan has been in and out of jail and under probation, Bynes has not had to step foot in a courtroom. Yet, as the country has watched, both young women have spiraled out of control in their personal lives.

Bynes has argued that she is not going to rehab and is "doing amazing" despite all claims to the contrary. Lohan, upset that Bynes has not been arrested, tweeted that she was upset at Bynes' preferential treatment.

"Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far?" Lohan tweeted. Just a few days later, Lohan herself was involved in a hit-and-run in New York City.

Now, Goodyear has reportedly offered to help both stars learn how to drive without endangering themselves or others.

"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 letter continues. "We'd like to fly you out to Akron to our headquarters 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."

"For the sake of your safety, and those around you, we sincerely hope you'll consider take up our offer," the letter adds. It is signed by Chris Curran, the vice president of communications and public relations for Goodyear.

There has been no response from either star as to whether they will accept Goodyear's help.