Car Sickness (Motion Sickness) There is no doubt, Fiats especially MJDs makes the driver feel great when driven on ghats and curvy hill roads. I love making every other car owners feel embarrassed for not owning a FIAT, by negotiating sharp curves and steep inclines, easily and quickly. With such a responsive steering and precise dynamics, a FIAT driver would forget everything else when he/she is driving on hills. Forgetting includes the motion sickness suffered by the passengers inside the car, atleast in my case. The one thing I hate with my punto is the same thing I love the most in this car, 'The Responsiveness'. Once in a Highway drive, all of a sudden I see a pit not closed properly and the Pit is inline with my right wheels. A lorry on the right side lane and a speeding car from the rear, with no other options, I have to make a sharp left turn to avoid the right wheels hitting the pit, but if I turn left, immediately in no time I have to take a right turn to avoid the car left headlamp hitting a pole. The speed is 100 ~ KMPH. A situation to worry. But Fiat has ensured I need not worry. I took the sharp left turn and a immediate right turn in 90 KMPH speed and that happened like nothing happened. The responsiveness of the car was so fantastic I just kissed my car with so much of love on it. But the same responsiveness when unleashed on a ghats and hills, oops even I sometimes feel car sick and my passengers (wife and kid) gets this every time we drive on the hills. Last time my Dad, who has spent 5 years of his career travelling up and down on ghats in those old matador van without any issues, felt bad about the car sickness he gets when he travels in my Punto. I would blame the car's responsiveness, which is nothing but the quick change in direction along with the soft suspension brings nightmare to the passengers in my car when they think about the travelling on hills on my punto. If I drive slowly the sickness can be reduced to 50 % but I don't enjoy the drive. If I drive enjoyable, then the trip becomes un-enjoyable by the passengers which in-turn affects me. So anyways a hill trip is not enjoyable. I am starting this as a thread because None of my family members have this travel sickness/car sickness/ motion sickness or whatever all these days and came into them only after they traveled in my punto. My family, are all diehard fans of travelling to hills for the vacation. We have been doing it for almost 2 decades from the days of our maruthi 800, Indica, Santro, Swift and now Punto. In all these cars, Santro is the worst. Indica is the best. But my worry is, Punto stands next to the Santro in giving a bad hill travel experience to the passengers. Swift is next to Punto and 800 is the second best. Funny isn't it ? but I am worried for my car, what if they start hating my car for this. Now what I wish to discuss are 1. Is Car Sickness suffered by other Punto / Linea owners and their passengers ? 2. If no, then should there be any issues with my car ? 3. If this issue is common with FIAT, how can this Car Sickness be avoided, in the sense what is the best driving style ? what medications for both prevention and cure ? how one can get rid of this permanently like some kinda exercise, meditation or anything that has worked out ?