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A worker rotates the seats in the self-driving Mercedes-Benz F 015 concept car at the International CES Jan. 6, 2015, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Self-driving vehicles should make roads safer, save energy and improve mobility, but they also might make some people sick, say University of Michigan researchers in a recent report.

Jayleen R. Heft

Jayleen Heft is the digital content editor for PropertyCasualty360.com. Contact her at jheft@alm.com.

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