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Why doesn't a driver get motion sickness?
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Dr. Martha Stark
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: In more control
The driver of the car is generally less likely to have motion sickness because he not only has accurate sensory information from his senses (ears, eyes, touch) but also is controlling the car and can therefore anticipate accelerations, decelerations, and turns.
This position enables him to calibrate his expectations of movement with the car's actual movement.

In brief: In more control
The driver of the car is generally less likely to have motion sickness because he not only has accurate sensory information from his senses (ears, eyes, touch) but also is controlling the car and can therefore anticipate accelerations, decelerations, and turns.
This position enables him to calibrate his expectations of movement with the car's actual movement.
Dr. Martha Stark
Dr. Martha Stark
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Dr. Tibor Becske
Neurology
In brief: I wonder myself
Maybe because he/she is the only one in the car looking in a distance and anticipates turns?

In brief: I wonder myself
Maybe because he/she is the only one in the car looking in a distance and anticipates turns?
Dr. Tibor Becske
Dr. Tibor Becske
Thank
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