Does It Matter to You if...

United States
October 1, 2007 7:50pm CST
The clock on your mobile telephone is set exactly as the clock in your automobile? I find that I am constantly having to update the clock in my automobile so that it has the same time as my mobile telephone. The automobile clock is usually a one to two minutes slower than the mobile phone clock. Do you have this problem?
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@hezoid (2149)
2 Aug 08
No, not at all, in fact i don't pay much attention to the clock on my moble phone becuase i don't really use it that much. I like the clock in the car to be quite accurate becuase then i can tell if i'm on time for work, lol!
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18 Nov 07
When I first set all my clocks, or when the clocks go forward/back for Daylight Saving Time, I try to make sure they're all set about the same, but I often get it wrong, and can never be bothered to change them after that. As long as they're on the same sort of time-frame (i.e, one's not an hour behind the other), then I generally don't care. My bedside clock's constantly running about five minutes faster than my mobile phone's clock, but I'm at the stage where I can't be bothered to get a new one.