My car is defective. Possibly in many ways but there is one that annoys me. My car clock is slow. Just one minute, but my job is very minute focused, so I need to be minute focused. It may very well graduate to being two minutes slow in time, so it needs correction.
I am sure that it was absolutely correct at daylight saving end time, but it has lost a minute.
The push buttons are clearly labelled. But I cannot see them in the dark, which oddly is the only time I notice that the clock is wrong.
My working life revolves around time to the minute. My car clock should be correct.
I noticed it was wrong about two months ago. Here is why is still wrong.
I need glasses on to see the buttons and what they do. I don't need glasses for driving.
The buttons are tiny. Even with glasses on, you cannot do it at night.
I have a clumsy thumb. While kiddies are over developing their thumbs with all their texting, I only text with fingers. I cannot adjust the clock with my thumb. I need to see it clearly and press the correct button with my finger. The buttons are seriously small and next to the time adjustment button is the reset button. I have learned reset is the wrong button to push.
It is winter, dark in the morning, dark in the evening, which are the times when I drive.
(I wrote this nonsense five days ago, and you can blame Daisy Jo as I thought I had an inspiration from her post, but instead I wrote a load of tripe. Although it was mega dark a week ago, it now feels like summer and very light. I am going to work in the light and returning home in the light. I can adjust the clock easily now, except I haven't. I need to check that my phone clock is dead accurate first, and then adjust the clock to that. I am not in a mood for posting anything decent, so this is what you get)