Three scenarios present connections between general culture and car culture. The imprints of mobility on the landscape have been substantial since the arrival of the car, as means for individual mass transport. Once well groomed roads, have changed into littered lanes of aggravation. Busy, cluttered roads and highways don't allow drivers to come anywhere close to the top speed of their vehicles. As an important component in the public domain, its presence is irreversible. We need to think about new, highly functional environments that coincide with the constant changes in our way of using it.