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Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday – Did You Really Save?

The ritual of adjusting our clocks every spring and fall was intended to save energy consumption during longer warm-weather days. However, recent research hasn’t been able to verify the energy-saving merits of Daylight Saving Time.

But there is a hidden benefit to the twice-a-year switch: It serves as a reminder to change your smoke detector batteries and ensure all your online shopping accounts have up-to-date billing details. (Expired debit or credit cards can cause payments to be declined. Don’t forget to check your TollTag account too!)

Even though Daylight Saving Time may not actually save you energy costs, rest assured that your TollTag continues to save you money no matter the season.