Starting Sunday at 2 a.m., clocks (should be) set 60 minutes ahead.
On the surface, that’s one less hour of sleep for all. But, daylight saving affects people in more ways than just snooze time.
“I make less, because my money is made at night … one less hour of darkness is an hour less I am making cash,” says one Sacramento cabbie.
“It was man who decided we should push back an hour or go forward an hour,” says ‘Ollie’. “Not God.”
He told FOX40 he’s been on the street for 30 years.
“You wake up in the morning and you go to sleep at night,” he says. “Every second we have is a gift, it makes no difference one hour here, there.”