Anyone ever get car sick when they ride as a passenger in someone else's car?
I don't get sick but I notice how hard people brake
And then that gets me thinking, do I brake hard as well? I try to brake smoothly, but I'm not sure if my body is naturally reacting to my own driving opposed to others. ya feel me?
My brother does the last second braking thing and goes through brakes like crazy. I just don't understand it.
I'm the smoothest driver I know, riding with other people feels like they're jerking the car all over the place
I brake fairly firmly if there isn't snow on the ground, but I always let off right at the end so there is no jerking motion and it feels smooth.
My mom hates it and it seems I can't drive slow enough if she's in the car.
>tire exploded on the highway
>I didn't have a spare
>called a close by friend to come pick me up
>he has a civic that has drone on purpose
>when he revs it high I start feeling like my stomach is turning
>even when he was cruising I felt dizzy
God I hate that Honda sound. Now I know why shitheads get hypnotized to the sound.
>driving with my mom in the snow
>SLOW DOWN ANON YOU'RE GOING TO FISHTAIL
>in a fwd car
I've never met a woman who couldn't wrap her head around why a FWD car won't "fishtail" when you accelerate in the snow. Physics eludes them.
The big problem is that when you're driving, you have the steering wheel to brace against and passengers don't. I feel like the little fuel economy gauges on newer cars has made me start braking earlier and gentler though because muh empeegees.
I got sick when a stock civic with 6 inch exhaust passed us on the highway hitting the rev limit while I was in the passenger seat. Does that count?