Akron-based Goodyear is offering driving lessons to Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes in an attempt to help with their driving skills.
Spokesman Chris Curran says the company sent a letter to both women offering private lessons with professional drivers on their test track in Akron.
"Goodyear is obviously is very concerned about the safety of everybody who travels on the roads and so, we offered to help out in any way that we can," Curran said.
Earlier this week, Lohan was arrested for allegedly hitting a pedestrian and fleeing the scene and Bynes has been accused of a hit-and-run including a DUI.
Chris Curran says because Lohan and Bynes are public figures, the company wants to encourage safe driving and help prevent further driving mishaps.
"When it comes down to it, for both of these folks, they have a number of driving mishaps and that's what we are looking to help fix."
For now, the private lessons are only being offered to Lohan and Bynes, according to Curran.