Hurry Up Time Change — 10 Comments

  1. @Catch Her: Smarty-pants.
    @hmmmmmmm, tempting, but no. I can’t find the DAMN MANUAL you sweet thang.

  2. OH YEAH … Those darned clocks. I have an old granny van I use when I have more than 3 grandkids to haul and it’s clock is still an hour off because in Utah there was some kind of a vote to move Daylight Savings to the end of the month this year. I don’t have a clue who got to vote on that, because no one asked me my opinion. My biggest problem with that car is trying to figure out if the clock is right or wrong … I can’t ever remember.

    I also have an old chiming anniversary clock that used to be my mother’s. It is always off and I haven’t got a clue how to fix it. If you change the time it changes itself to a different time. It runs on batteries and when the batteries start to run down the clock starts to run down. It’s got so much sentimental value I just let it tick and chime whenever it wants.

    I enjoyed browsing your site. Come visit mine any old time.

  3. Hi Edna, welcome. Yeah old clocks are great – reminders of the days when if they were fifteen minutes slow, it was close enough.

  4. You could call the dealer and ask how to change the time.

    Rita blogging at The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide

  5. @Rita: call a dealer to set the clock? I guess you haven’t dealt with a car dealer service department lately! If it’s not in the computer, they don’t know what to do.