Reflect Yourself.

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Daylight Savings affects your commute during peak travel times.


Lookout for bicyclists, pedestrians or motorcyclists. 

Daylight Saving begins March 12

Starting Monday, March 13, the morning commute will be darker during peak travel times. Road users need to be aware that visibility may be poor and make extra effort to see each other. Here are some safe traveling tips to help:

Lookout for bicyclists, pedestrians or motorcyclists. Slow down if needed, especially in neighborhoods, near schools and around intersections.

Pedestrians, Bicyclists, Motorcyclists
Be seen by drivers. Wear reflective gear and lights, be predictable, use traffic safety devices, obey traffic laws and make eye contact with drivers.

It’s important for Utahns to recognize that the body takes time to adjust when losing an hour on Sunday. Here are some tips to avoid drowsy driving:

  • Make sure you are awake and alert before driving/walking/biking.
  • If you experience sleepiness while driving, pull over to a safe place and take a power nap.
  • You can reduce your risk for daylight saving-induced drowsiness by resetting your internal body clock slowly. For the next two nights, set your alarm clock for 15 minutes earlier and go to bed 15-30 minutes earlier than usual. Be active and enjoy the weekend so it will be easier to fall asleep earlier.

The Road To

Zero Fatalities

We can reach our ultimate goal and it all starts with you. Drive the way that keeps you and your loved ones safe. Learn about the five safe driving behaviors and what you can do to be a better driver.

our mission _

Zero Fatalities’ goal is to eliminate fatalities on our roadways.