Greater L.A. residents can now sit in traffic drive with reduced fear.
Amanda Bynes' license has been suspended by the California DMV, according to the L.A. Times, following the misdemeanor hit-and-run charges filed against her this week.
DMV officials won't specify the exact reason or when Amanda's suspension occurred. Regardless, insurance companies and pedestrians everywhere can exhale.
Bynes was charged in two hit-and-run accidents - occurring April 10 and August 4 - when the troubled star allegedly crashed into another car and peaced out.
In the case of the former, Bynes was charged with DUI. She's been involved at least two other unrelated traffic incidents in the past six months as well.
Maybe now the 26-year-old will rely on friends, cabs or car services ... a novel idea she and Lindsay Lohan should have considered years and years ago.