I somehow had no clue that this coming weekend we would spring forward.
And my car clock is 1 hour ahead too. Lol
In exchange for not being tracked (except by license plate readers and my damn phone) I get to reset the clock twice a year. I found the "daylight savings" setting. It's only twice as hard as changing the damn hour.
It receives a time stamp over the air. The only adjustment I can make is to the time zone. Daylight saving time was "hard wired" into the logic based on the older DST dates that ran from April to October. As a result the displayed time is out of phase for three weeks in the spring...and three weeks in the fall.
To compensate, I need the change my time zone to Mountain Time Zone for these weeks. Like the famous Y2K issues facing computers at the turn of the century, product designers burned the dates into the chip logic without considering that the world might change to make their product obsolete.