Airbag Recall | 21/03/2019
If you haven’t already heard, vehicles with Takata airbags across the world have been recalled
In Australia, 2 in 7 cars have been impacted. When a faulty airbag deploys, there’s a risk the inflator could rupture, firing shards of metal into the vehicle.
If you find your car has been fitted with a faulty Takata airbag – it urgently needs to be replaced. It’s your car manufacturer’s legal responsibility to replace the Takata airbag free of charge.


You can use your number plate to check if your car is affected at
It only takes a minute, and if your car is impacted – the site will explain what’s next.


If you’d like any extra information on the recall, visit and click the Takata section of the front page.
Please note that if your vehicle is affected by the Takata airbag recall and you have a policy with CGU, your CGU Insurance cover will not be impacted in any way.
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