As the car becomes an apparatus extending the human body, its front window becomes the eyes’ new frame entailing certain functional way of looking. One has to focus on passing roads, signs, and cars while ignoring other things. Thus, this mode of visual perception leads to a different hierarchy of objects. With these photographs I try to reorder urban elements and their relations within this visual hierarchy to pose a question on Tehran’s chaotic appearance. Furthermore, I investigate the relationship between the self and the city, the inside and the outside, and their impact upon each other in the everyday activity of driving by deserting the scenes from other cars.