字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント NOBODY." (CG) IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN! TIME TO SPRING FORWARD --- AND CHANGE THOSE CLOCKS. (HE) WHILE LOSING ONE HOUR OF SLEEP SUNDAY MAY NOT SEEM LIKE MUCH -- THE TIME CHANGE -- MEANS CHANGES TO YOUR DRIVING HABITS. (CG) EYEWITNESS NEWS REPORTER COURTNEY CARTER SPOKE WITH TRIPLE A. SHE JOINS US IN STUDIO --- WITH AN IMPORTANT REMINDER FROM THEM... NEW AT 5:30. (CC) THIS WEEKEND MANY OF US WILL BE ENJOYING A LITTLE BIT OF EXTRA SUNSHINE... BUT THAT MAY COME AT A COST.. THAT EXTRA HOUR CAN MAKE YOU SLEEPY BEHIND THE WHEEL.... ON SUNDAY AT 2 AM, TIME WILL MOVE FORWARD... BUT IT MAY TAKE LONGER FOR OUR* BODY CLOCKS TO ADJUST. AAA SAYS THE DAY AFTER, IS LINKED TO AN INCREASE IN CAR ACCIDENTS EVERY YEAR. "it typically takes our body about a week to adjust to that one hour loss of sleep and that might sound strange that just one hour can affect us so much" DIANA IMUNDI, PUBLIC AFFAIRS MANAGER WITH AAA NORTHEAST..SAYS IT CAN. AND THAT DRIVERS CAN BE SLEEPY BEHIND THE WHEEL, WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING THAT THEY ARE. "we see what we call micro naps, people affecting by that loss of sleep and their eyes start to drift while they are behind the wheel..we see a huge impact on driver safety" AAA ADDED THAT AS THE DAYS BECOME LONGER...THERE ARE ALSO MORE PEOPLE OUTSIDE AND AS A RESULT--MORE DISTRACTIONS. "we see alot more pedestrians out on the roadway, alot more neighbors walking their dogs, children playing outside. so there are more distractions in general especially on our drive home" BUT THE CLOCK CHANGE CAN ALSO BE A GOOD* REMINDER, TO CHECK ON SOMETHING ELSE IMPORTANT... "its a perfect time to remind people to check their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. batteries should be changed at least once a year so its perfect timing when you are changing your clocks...you check your smoke detectors" (CC) SEVERAL STATES HAVE CONSIDERED LEGISLATION THAT WOULD MAKE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME PERMANENT.. RHODE ISLAND..IS NOT ONE OF THOSE STATES..BUT ANY PROGRESS FOR THAT MOVE, HAS FOR NOW, STALLED.