“Car Free Day” or “No Car Day”

Check the video…

What would be the best title for the video above?

1. Car Free Day or
2. No Car Day?

Which makes more sense? The first one or the second when it is meant what the video plays? To get the gist of the narration? Or the essence of the video? Which?

according to online sources:

car: –noun
1. an automobile.
2. a vehicle running on rails, as a streetcar or railroad car.

car: a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal-combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people:we’re going by car

car: a : a vehicle moving on wheels: as a archaic : carriage, chariot b : a vehicle designed to move on rails (as of a railroad) c : automobile

as for “free” click on the three links to see more elaboration…
free (Merriam-Webster)
free (dictionary.com)
free (Oxford Dictionary)

So, your best answer for the title of the video?
Answer: one. Makes sense right, if title one is chosen.

I guess the people who came up with the phrase “Car Free Day” should look and think again, maybe to the East i.e. China. And, paraphrase it to “No Car Day” if the meaning or what is being put forward is not what has been nicely put into moving picture as above. Well, maybe not just the East, maybe common sense would do here.

As for Bahasa Indonesia, would we still use “Car Free Day” and “Hari Bebas Kendaraan” or “No Car Day” and “Hari Tanpa Kendaraan”?

Antara News : “Car Free Day” Jakarta Jadi Dua Kali Sebulan
Lahirnya Kebiasaan Baru Warga Kota – KOMPAS.com
Tempointeraktif.Com – Jadwal Hari Bebas Kendaraan Bermotor Tahun 2011

We know the answer, right?

Dwell on it.