Call the Po Po: Dierks’ Car Has No (Visible) Tags

“I haven’t had tags on that Camaro,” Dierks says. “I’ve had it for two and a half years and never had tags on it.”

OK, OK, Dierks Bentley does actually have his vintage Camaro registered.

Still, he told reporters he got a little nervous when he took it out for a victory lap around Nashville last week (Aug. 30) before the party to celebrate “5-1-5-0” going No. 1.

“I haven’t had tags on that Camaro,” Dierks told reporters.

“I’ve had it for two and a half years and never had tags on it, so I'm always, like, kind of dodging the police when I drive around town, but I got tags for it,” he added.

Where did he go for his lap around town?

“While I was down there I decided to kind of hit some of the old spots and drive around Lower Broadway and just remember the places I played, and then going down Music Row and all the places I worked as a temp and different the places I’ve written songs at,” he said.

“It seems like yesterday, although it’s a long time ago.”


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