Mazda North American Operations begins distributing windshield stickers warning drivers to apply sunscreen if they are going to put the top down on their convertible or open the sunroof. Mazda’s 700 U.S. dealers will distribute the labels as part of a year-long public awareness campaign with The Skin Cancer Foundation. “Auto makers make every effort to warn consumers about the proper use of safety belts, child restraints and airbags, so why not sunscreen?” says Jim O’Sullivan, MNAO ...

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