In many states of the USA, we “spring forward” by adjusting our clock one hour ahead. In November, we switch back by one hour. IDK why we still do this. It seems to be an outdated practice, and we save no electricity since most cities turn their lights on all night anyway. One personal good news is that my vehicle clock has been one hour ahead since last November, and I didn’t have time to read the manual to reset it back, so now I don’t have to LOL.