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Self-Driving Vehicles Could Cause Yak Attacks

Posted on June 2, 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.

Observer.com article here

Related Topics: driverless cars, industry trends, mobile technology, new vehicles, self-driving vehicles

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