Spring [way] ahead!
Daylight saving time isn't observed everywhere in the country. Hawaii is a longtime holdout. Half of Indiana was too, until last year. Arizona's Navajo reservations observe DST, but the rest of the state doesn't.
Confused? If so, you probably aren't the only one. Many ATMs, VCRs, and other electronic devices were programmed to turn an hour ahead on the first Sunday in April. Some may have to be reprogrammed; others will be an hour late until April 1.
By the way, DST's end date is different too. You'll have to "turn back" on the first Sunday in November instead of the last one in October.
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|Date:||Mar 12, 2007|
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