Motion sickness sucks.
Those are probably the three best words you’ve read since “Moby Dick.” They’re true, they ring hard and are pretty accurate. Never mind the fact that his name was actually Ishmael and … oh, forget it.
Either way, motion sickness is terrible, especially in cars. Fortunately, there are ways to treat motion sickness, even when you’re in the car. The next time you’re on a long road trip and feel nauseated, think of these tips to control your motion sickness in the car:
Prepare with Medication
Of course, it helps to have some medicine on you to help treat your motion sickness. If you do, pack it on your person before heading out. For example, it’s important to always have allergy medicine. The minute you drive by some sort of pollen-infested plant, it’s all over.
Bring Some Sprite
It’s unclear how this is possible, but Sprite seems to cure all problems related to the stomach. If you have a stomachache or feel queasy, Sprite is usually the way to go. It doesn’t make sense, but we just go with it and ensure that it works.
So, remember friends. It’s not the best thing in the world, but it can be somewhat alleviated. Your friendly Atlanta-area Hyundai dealership knows that all too well. If you’re looking for a car with a smooth ride, you can’t go wrong with a new 2015 Hyundai Tucson. Considering the 2015 Hyundai Tucson features all-wheel drive with its 101.9 cubic feet of passenger room, it’s about as smooth as can be. Hopefully, that’ll help you in your motion sickness, too.