Driving While Vertiginous. Which is something I try to avoid.
I hate talking about the Menieres, but it bears mentioning once again (for record keeping purposes, at least) because today I realized that I'm unable to make left turns in heavy traffic. The necessity to move the head back and forth to check both directions of traffic always sets up a momentary disorientation; requiring that I hesitate just long enough for my head to clear that I tend to loose my chance to turn. I've gotten used to making 4 rights where possible, just to avoid a left turn. I noticed today (I had to get out and deliver things for a friend) that I have certain places I can comfortably get to, and certain routes that I will take. But if it requires long periods on the freeway (most times even getting on the freeway) lane changes, or left turns in high traffic, I probably either won't go or will get someone else to drive. It's too dangerous, in my opinion.
As someone who once drove 8 hours a day, 5 days a week testing tires (in any weather) for a living, I find it quite weird to not be willing to get in the car and drive...
(minor vertigo, major headaches all this week. I blame the allergies)