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Shinesaathlove Shinesaathlove 46-50, M 2 Answers Nov 18, 2012 in EP

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Because when you sit in the front seat, ob<x>ject are coming towards you and you can look at a fixed point. In the back seat, ob<x>jects are moving past you at a high rate of speed and you can't focus on a fixed point.

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I think the rear of an auto tends to "swing" more. If that make sense. The ride in the back tends to be a little rougher. Plus watching the things outside passing by...as opposed to looking straight ahead at the road or as you are approaching something, can make you queasier faster, I would think. <br />
Just speculating though.

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It's probably because you don't have such a good view of the horizon. Motion sickness occurs when the balance mechanism in your ear registers movement while your eyes are telling you that you are stationary.

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