March 8, 2017
ICBC is calling on drivers to get some extra rest this weekend to prepare for the shift to Daylight Saving Time.
Losing an hour of sleep may have an impact on your alertness and reaction time when driving. That's why ICBC is reminding drivers to be make an extra effort to adapt to the spring time change.
With more daylight during the late afternoon and early evening commutes, comes darker mornings. So it's important for drivers to be aware of the changes in visibility and variable weather conditions as winter technically turns to spring.
Here are ICBC's top five tips to help drivers adjust to the time change:
It's always important, no matter what time of the year, to avoid distractions while driving. Leave your phone alone.