"I've been interested in clocks ever since my teen years," says Charles Martin Co-Owner of Northside Clock Shop in Hagerstown.
Martin says the week before they change the clocks they do a test run in their repair shop to make sure all the clocks chime and move their hands as they're supposed to. Although it may seem like a simple task to do, not everyone knows how to reset their clocks.
"It's problematic for customers, because they do not know how to set their clocks back so they often call in and make a mistake and call in and we help over the phone," says Martin.
While Martin sees an increase in customers, drivers could be seeing an increase in driving dangers due to the changing time.
"As it gets darker we get concerned about people becoming more fatigued and getting sleepy, because they're not driving in the dark and they haven't been," says Lt. Tom Woodward of the Maryland State Police.
According to the National Safety Council, traffic death rates are three times grater at night than during the day and authorities are advising people as we gain an extra hour of sleep to be cautious on the roads.