Daylight Saving Time ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 1. I’d tell you to enjoy the extra hour of sleep, but if you’re conscious enough to read this, then you clearly aren’t enjoying your extra hour of sleep. But hey, as long as you’re up, we’ve got an activity even more exciting than sleeping: a quiz!

Although Daylight Saving Time is perhaps the Western world’s most cherished tradition involving coordinated time fluctuation, there’s probably a lot you don’t know about it.

Care to prove us wrong? Try your hand at our quiz on the history of Daylight Saving Time.

Stay safe when Daylight Saving Time ends

Remember, even if you’re as sharp as a Swiss watch when it comes to the history of Daylight Saving Time, this tradition can do some weird things to our minds and bodies. Be sure to brush up on some of the driving dangers that come when Daylight Saving Time ends to help stay safe on the road.

And, of course, if you’re an Esurance policyholder and you do have a mishap, we’re there for you.

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