Did you know that daylight saving time reduces car accidents? Look at this article that was in the Naples Daily News.

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This Sunday at 2 a.m., your clocks will jump ahead one hour, the start of more evening sunlight for months to come. To many a minor annoyance or a bit of relief, Daylight Saving Time reminds us of the sun’s daily effect on our lives and tells us spring is on its way. If only we could save ourselves from the seasonal allergies.

But no matter what the time change tells you, Daylight Saving Time is implemented for a reason. The tradition of springing forward and falling back is overseen by the U.S. Department of Transportation and is rooted in saving energy.

 The agency boasts people tend to spend more time outside during Daylight Saving Time, meaning they tend to run household appliances and lights less during the nearly 8-month period. Also, it prevents traffic incidents because people are driving around more during the light hours.

Read full article here: http://www.naplesnews.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/03/09/here-comes-sun-daylight-savings-time-starts-sunday/98945918/