July 7, 2015

Motion Sickness in Self Driving Cars

As the world of motoring shifts forward a gear into the age of self-driving cars, one can’t help but feel excited at the prospect of autonomous vehicles navigating the roads in our place, leaving us safe in a reduced risk of accidents and even able to finally enjoy the commute to work for once.

However, some have raised concerns over one potential drawback to being a passenger in a driverless car – Many motorists often describe feelings of nausea – called motion sickness – When they are reduced to being a passenger in a car, as opposed to behind the wheel.

So, once the human driver is rendered obsolete, are we all destined to become a nation of motion-sick passengers instead? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Safe driving from Britannia!