When does daylight savings time 2015 end? Spring backward is here once again
Daylight saving time 2015 is finally coming to an end and people are preparing to adjust themselves according to new time frame.
Though this is a sort of nightmare to many a people, they need to keep up with it given the fact that if they donâ€™t actually keep up with it, they will mar their day anyhow. So even if you are not among the daylight savings time 2015 fans, you still need to set your clock back.
If you donâ€™t move your clock back by one hour on the last day of the month, there are chances that you will actually wake up an hour earlier than you need to.
Many people hate this farce called daylight saving time and claim that it was good when the nation was energy deficient. Now when we have more energy than we actually require there is no need to follow this almost hundred year old tradition.
Nonetheless whether you love it or loath it, you will have to follow it. Daylight saving time is all set to end at 2 a.m. on Nov. 1. This means that people who are celebrating Halloween will have another extra hour to do so. Daylight saving time used to end in late October, but Congress moved it to the first Sunday in November in 2007. Daylight saving time begins the second Sunday in March.
There are states in the United States that have realized the uselessness of the daylight savings time and so they donâ€™t follow it any longer. The states that donâ€™t follow the daylight savings time include Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and American Samoa.
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