According to Nooga.com, Tim is in the scenic city to shoot the video in an old abandoned building he found himself.
Tuesday afternoon, trucks carrying four-wheelers were being delivered to the former industrial site where the U.S. Pipe and Foundry operated for more than 100 years, presumably for the "muddin'" scenes.
Lights and cameras were set up inside the empty former fittings plant, and actors, extras and crew will be working through Wednesday, sources close to the project said.
All scenes for the "Truck Yeah" video are scheduled to be shot at the Chattanooga site, sources said.
WRCB TV says that a location scout confirmed to them that approximately 50 locals had been hired as extras and there's a helicopter also being used.
I did a little searching and cinematographer Joseph Labisi has some photos on his Twitter account of the shoot location. You can check them out here. His last tweet of the evening said: On set shooting @TheTimMcGraw "Truck Yeah" today!!! #setlife http://instagr.am/p/OmfJp-rTuT/
What a job!
Unfortunately, if you have ideas of trying to sneak in to have a looksie at what's going on, the video shoot is taking place on a privately owned street so no fans will be allowed.
No word on when fans can expect the finished video to be released.