Jeep Will Resume Use Of Bruce Springsteen's Super Bowl Ad After DWI Charge Is Dropped

Bruce Springsteen's DWI and reckless driving charges from November have been dropped, as reported by Vanity Fair. The singer was fined $500 on Wednesday after pleading guilty to a charge of consuming alcohol at a federally run New Jersey beach in November.

Now, Jeep has reinstated the use of Bruce's Super Bowl commercial.

"I had two small shots of tequila," the singer admitted during his virtual hearing, as he copped to a single count of drinking in a closed area last fall.

Federal prosecutors went on to dismiss the DWI and reckless driving charges, noting that Bruce's blood alcohol content was 0.02 — far below the state’s legal limit for driving, which is 0.08.

"It’s actually low enough that the defendant would be considered presumptively not impaired under New Jersey law," added Assistant US Attorney Adam Baker.

"We do look to New Jersey law as persuasive guidance."

Now that the charges have been dropped, Bruce's Jeep commercial will be back on the air.

"As we stated previously, we paused the commercial until the facts were established," a rep for Jeep told Variety.

"Now, that the matter has been resolved, we are unpausing the film."