Kara Hitchens, Public and Government Affairs, AAA. Springing forward can mean falling back into a bad driving habit – drowsy driving. The arrival of Daylight-Saving Time this weekend means one less hour of sleep, a darker morning commute and the potential for more sleepy drivers on the road. AAA is reminding drivers to adjust their sleeping habits along with their clocks, to stay alert behind the wheel and to look out for pedestrians, especially children who will be on their way to school and may be hard to see.
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