Reasons to End Daylight Saving Time
Consideration by the government to do away with the daylight saving time should be at the top of the list. Some of the expected changes like saving energy have not worked and even if they did, only a tiny part was realizes hence the need to abolish this act. The daylight saving time program is a practice that has run out of time.
There should be some requirements that should be met before the department of transportation responsible for the daylight saving time program makes its legal to run in any state. The requirements that the department of transportation should put into consideration include shipment of goods, places where a lot of people are concentrated and go to work, attend school and worship. The evidence that not many places fulfill these requirements should be enough for the department of transportation, the government and any other governing authority that still supports this program for them to finally abandon it.
Another sector that experiences the inconveniences brought about by the daylight saving time program is the air transport sector. Timing and air travel are two important things that run together and if one of them is altered then the whole system collapses which is what the daylight saving time program does hence rendering it useless if not effective and efficient. In most cases important people who would have greatly impacted the society and country at large get to miss their opportunities just because the outdated system will surely bring down their only means of travel.
In continuation when the daylight saving time program is put in effect many unusual cases of rising health issues begin to surface. Some of these health issues include an increase in heart attacks, increased numbers of work injuries , child security issues and increased car accidents.
The simple reason that our kids are no longer safe is that they have to leave for school very early and come home very late, this leaves them vulnerable to attacks from dangerous people. Its painstakingly obvious that accidents are more likely to occur in the early mornings when its dark than when its broad daylight.
Work related injuries are bound to increase because workers and laborers have to work longer hours than what they did when the program was not in effect and now their exhaustion levels have increased. To finish up, this program requires procedures to be put in place that use up valuable funds, time and effort that could be channeled into other useful sectors of the economy hence the need to get rid of it.