Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 13, and motorists need to be well rested and prepared to drive cautiously. To account to for the time difference, people who expect to drive on Sunday should make sure to go to bed an hour before they normally would.
Motorists should also prepare for morning commutes to be darker, as the sun rises and sets later in the day. To stay safe while driving in the dark, follow these important reminders:
- Ensure your vehicle’s exterior and interior lights are working properly.
- Stay alter for bicyclists and pedestrians.
- Keep your windshield clean to improve visibility.
- Be well rested and never drive drowsy.
It is also a good time to check the batteries in your smoke detector.