• June 2nd, 2015

We have some bad news for the queasy.

For adults, motion sickness will be more of an issue in self-driving vehicles than in conventional vehicles. Some are expected to experience motion sickness often, while others may actually feel sick every time they’re riding in an autonomous vehicle, a study by researchers at The University of Michigan’s Transportation Research Institute revealed.

“This is an important issue that has received little attention thus far,” Michael Sivak, a researcher who worked on the study told The New York Observer.