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Default Different Time Zones

I am in the UK and the production host webserver is in the US, so there is obviously a time difference between my local development webserver and the production one. How do I determine what the time difference is? For example, if the US webserver is six hours behind my webserver time, I want to be able to add the time difference to the date/time so that the value I store on my database is actually that for my UK location. This is important for setting UK production schedules.

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