The return to Eastern Standard Time means that many motorists will need to adjust their driving habits. In the morning, drivers will see extra light for their commutes. But on the way home, early drivers might find the sun shining more directly through their windshields. Others will have to look for cars, pedestrians and other hazards in twilight. If you don't have daytime running lights, now is the perfect time to get into the habit of turning your car lights on earlier so you can see and be seen.
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