The sky is dark shortly after supper and that means more night time driving

With fewer daylight hours,  RCMP are reminding motorists to check all vehicles to make sure the lights are working.  Constable Mike martens says we're now doing a lot more driving in the dark and he urges us to get all lights working, "When lights are out some people don't notice."

So we're encouraged to check our vehicles regularly and quickly replace bulbs that are not working.  "It doesn't take a whole lot to do, but it does a little bit of time and effort to make sure that it is right," says Martens.

RCMP do their best to inform drivers when lights are burned out, but Martens hopes we'll all take time to make our vehicles safe.


Time To Change Our Clocks!

And a reminder that Daylight Saving Time comes to an end at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 7th.  Before going to bed Saturday night, turn your clocks back one hour.