Remember to turn your clocks ahead an hour before going to bed Saturday night as we spring forward into daylight savings time.
ICBC asks drivers to make an effort to adapt to the time change.
According to an ICBC survey, 34 per cent of B.C. drivers admit that the time shift does affect them and make them feel less alert after the time change. Studies show that the switch to daylight savings time can have a dramatic effect on disrupting our regular sleep cycle as it puts us out of sync with our circadian rhythm.