Daylight saving time
By Amy Grantham, 17th Training Wing Safety
/ Published October 22, 2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --
Nov. 1, is the day to fall back marking the end of daylight saving time. Some people will breeze seamlessly through the change, while others will feel out of it for a few days.
During the time change, there is an increase in safety incidents. The increase of darkness around rush hour, when traffic is at a peak, is a concern for both drivers and pedestrians. Drivers are not used to the decreased visibility and pedestrians, who are walking at sunrise or dusk, are more likely to be struck and killed.
Below are some tips to help cope with the time change:
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