Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday morning and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety recommends you change your smoke and carbon monoxide alarm batteries when you set your clocks back.

I used to be someone who would forget to change detector batteries until they chirped at me to do so.  However, I realize that relying on an inanimate object for such an important task isn't a great idea.

Changing your detector batteries can be the difference between life and death in a fire and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety has shared this video to drive home that point.