Amanda Bynes' driving woes came to an abrupt end on Sunday when, after she was caught on the road with a suspended license, her car was impounded. But the former teen star's diminished driving abilities aren't the only thing going south -- the actress has also been displaying peculiar behavior as of late, such as smoking from a pipe in her parked vehicle and locking herself in a dressing room for two hours. Here, a round-up of Hollywood drivers who could keep Bynes in check.
Doc and Marty McFly could whisk Bynes to the year 2006, when she was starring in "She's the Man" and everything was okay.
Bynes would try getting into the front seat, and Ryan Gosling's steely carapace would immediately shut that idea down.
Imagine Christian Bale's Batman saying [raspy voice]: "Amanda. Amanda. Get in the car." Yeah, we're terrified too.
Even Bynes would be impressed by the recklessness of Tom Cruise's driving in "Days of Thunder."
Bynes might learn a thing or two from Morgan Freeman's classy performance as a chauffeur working in a segregated Atlanta in "Driving Miss Daisy."
Bynes might roll her eyes at Abigail Breslin and her bandwagon of misfits, but she'll soon realize that a silent Paul Dano is her best audience.
"Dude, it's been impounded!"
Perhaps Bynes is taking inspiration from "Heart Like A Wheel" and Shirley Muldowney's story: Both women are determined to stay on the road.
Lindsay Lohan in "Herbie".... okay, maybe not.
With 94 years of driving experience behind her, 102-year-old Margaret Dunning could surely teach Bynes patience on the road -- and all in style. Dunning drives a gorgeous antique car, a 1930 Packard 740 Roadster.