UNDATED (WHTC) -- Daylight Savings Time begins this coming weekend. MDOT wants to remind drivers that they will have to get used to the new conditions they’re driving in rather quickly. Reduced visibility could make it more difficult to see school children, bicyclists and other pedestrians. Many construction work zones are still active as crews try to finish before winter really sets in. MDOT’s Barbara Hicks says they are hoping for drivers to be more vigilant. Keeping your sunglasses handy is suggested for late afternoon drives. Don’t forget that this Thursday is Halloween so try to pay extra attention for children.
Story by: Diane E Coston