Daylight Savings Time – Tips For Changing Your Honda Clock Settings
Are you just as surprised as we are that Daylight Savings Time is this weekend? That’s right, on Sunday March 11th, we loose an hour but gain an extra hour of daylight in the evening. Most of us will scramble to change our clocks in both our home and cars, unless you are fortunate enough to have smart clocks!
Our Patty Peck Honda Service department gets many phone calls this time of year, and although you could just go to your owners manual…most of us won’t. Not a problem, we have put together a video on one of our most popular Honda vehicles to save you the trouble of digging out your owners manual.
The 2010 Honda CR-V has similar clock settings as most 2012 Accords and older Honda vehicles that don’t come with the Honda Navigation System or the intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) control feature.
Need help setting a clock on a different Honda? The Patty Peck Honda Service Center is just a drive or phone call away 800-748-8676 and would be glad to help.
Did you know?
The idea of a better use of daylight originates with Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s Founding Fathers. He calculated that the citizens of Paris, France were burning 127 million candles per year unnecessarily each year. The idea lied dormant for 120 years.
Not all places in the U.S. observe daylight time. In particular, Hawaii and most of Arizona do not use it. Indiana adopted its use beginning in 2006.
Todays history lesson is from https://wwp.daylight-saving-time.com/