CANBERRA – Mazda Motors Corp. says it will change a TV advertisement ordered off the air by Australia’s Advertising Standards Board under a new code that bans the depiction of excessive speed and unsafe driving. The incident marks the second time in as many months that Mazda has had to respond to complaints about its advertising campaign. Most recently, New Zealand’s advertising authority objected to an ad showing a child riding a bike without a helmet. (see related story: Mazda New ...

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