Daylight saving time (DST) is almost over. Twice a year this happens. The first phase of DST is before spring. Therefore, clocks are increased by 1 hour. The second phase is in fall. Therefore, clocks will go back 1 hour. Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 2:00 a.m. is the set date for DST to end. So, when the clock strike 2:00 a.m., it should be changed to 1:00 a.m.

Origins

In 1908, daylight saving time was first implemented in Ontario, Canada. In 1916, Germany was the first to switch to DST. Introduction of DST came to the United States in 1918. They referred to DST as “fast time”. In addition, not all 50 states switched to DST in 1918. The state of Indiana switched to daylight saving time in 2006. Indiana performed a study on DST. As a result, the use of energy did not decline in Indiana. The use of energy had increased.

Furthermore, Daylight saving time does not mean it is officially fall. Most noteworthy, Fellowship Fleet Limousine and Bus Company wants to remind you to get ready to wind your clocks back one hour.