Set Your Clocks Back Sunday as Daylight Savings Time Ends
We have all heard the phrase “spring forward, fall back.” This week, the time has come again. In the United States, Daylight Savings Time (DST) is the practice of setting clocks forward one hour during the warmer months and back one hour during cooler weather. This provides more daylight during spring and summer evenings.
With this in mind, the staff of Gauthier Amedee reminds the citizens of Louisiana to turn their clocks back this Sunday, November 4th. Be sure to include all devices that display the time—including clocks in vehicles and all of your appliances. Most importantly, be sure you get enough sleep.
As Always, Be Safe
The end of Daylight Savings Time brings a few safety concerns for motorists. One of which being the change in time of sunset and sunrise. Come Monday, the sun will be in a different location during the morning and evening commutes of many Americans. This can contribute to dangerous glare or sun-blindness while driving. For other drivers, an earlier sunset can mean it is already dark when they leave work—for those, it’s important to remember to turn headlights on and remain vigilant.
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