• Start now to make sure that all of your drivers are aware of the change to daylight savings time on Sunday, March 11.  Caution route drivers especially that the amount of daylight will change according to their stops with the change.
  • Also, remember to change the batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors as well.
  • Most sleep experts recommend a minimum of 7 hours of sleep a night. Many people sleep an average of 40 minutes less Sunday night, March 11 after Daylight Saving Time returns. Plan ahead to avoid being sleepy. Sleep in Sunday morning and nap Sunday afternoon.

Originally Posted on Idealease Safety Bulletin

Did you know?

“Most areas of the United States observe daylight saving time (DST), the exceptions being Arizona (except for the Navajo, who do observe daylight saving time on tribal lands),[1] Hawaii,[2] and the overseas territories of American SamoaGuam, the Northern Mariana IslandsPuerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands.”