Complaints of illness from people living close to wind turbines mirror those who are driving SUV’s with vibration issues.
Complaints of GM owners are relating low pressure fluctuations to nausea, headaches and fatigue in new SUV’s with a buffeting problem. All of which directly supports all the existing evidence for Infrasound causing the problems that are experienced near wind power generation systems. It may be related and possibly cause other issues in highway driving such as fatigue and motion sickness in some people.
“The issues centers on wind noise and vibration. “Vehicle is creating a buffeting, pressure sound and sensation at low- to mid-range speeds,” writes the owner of a 2015 Suburban on the NHTSA complaint site. “Creating headache, dizziness and strain.”