Amanda Bynes has finally, officially been taken off the road.
Well, she's been ordered to get off it by a judge at least.
The 26-year-old, whose license was suspended following two hit-and-runs and a DUI bust this year, but who was seen smoking drugs and driving around aimlessly earlier this week, was ordered by L.A. Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel not to drive.
Sunday, the former child star was pulled over by L.A. police officers when her headlights weren't on, but she was not asked to show her (suspended) license.
Police are not required to ask for it in all situations.
At a hearing Wednesday, the District Attorney's Office asked the judge to address the issue of Bynes' driver's license, as the suspension hasn't stopped her.
The D.A. informed Bynes' attorney, who initially denied that the license was in fact suspended, that her license does come up as such in official DMV records.
Now that her legal representative has been fully informed, there's zero excuse for her driving going forward and doing so would likely result in her arrest.
Maybe Amanda and Lindsay Lohan can go halvsies on a chauffeur?