This paper proposes a video content delivery scheme for vehicles. Today, we spend a lot of time commuting to work in vehicles such as trains and cars. In addition, the number of users who enjoy video content such as YouTube and Netflix in order to appease the boredom in the vehicle is increasing rapidly. Video content requires a larger amount of data usage than text-based content. Hence, the user’s mobile communication data usage increases rapidly along with the cost. The proposed video content delivery scheme downloads a lot of video content in advance when the vehicle is in a free Wi-Fi area. In this way, it is possible to play video content in a vehicle at a low cost. It is expected that the proposed scheme can be applied to the Internet of Things(IoT) for moving objects.