Florida Georgia Line are no strangers to the road. Currently on tour promoting their latest release Dig Your Roots, Brian Kelley reveals that he and his wife have a little bit of home with them on the road in the form of a new set of wheels.

"I recently bought a van," Kelley tells CMT in the video above. "A conversion van. A big ol' black van. I'm a dog person. My wife and I have four dogs. I customized the back, four crates and the front has two seats, two recliners."

This isn't just any old van, though. As bandmate Tyler Hubbard explains, it's a bit more high end.

"The front is like a luxury studio/theater," he says.

Complete with wooden floors, Kelley's doggie van is as far from a station wagon as it gets, no doubt making his dogs pretty cozy while traveling.

In an interview with Taste of Country, the guys recently opened up about their new album, their haters and much more.

"If they want to call us the 'Cruise' guys, we’ll take it, because that’s the biggest song in history," Hubbard tells Taste of Country. "I literally look at it almost as like, man, if we don’t have haters we’re not doing something right. For every hater of FGL, there are 10,000 lovers."

While Kelley nods in unison, he explains that they are more conscious of what they're saying on their latest release.

"I think we’ve answered a lot of questions with this album," Kelley says. "We’re very conscious of what we’re saying, and there are more eyes and ears watching and listening than ever to what we’re doing."

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