Earlier this month, troubled airbag manufacturer Takata agreed to replace another 10 million airbag units the company provided to a wide variety of car makers. Takata has been under pressure since at least 2015 to recall defective airbag inflators that can, under some conditions, explode too forcefully and send metal pieces that make up the airbag’s inner workings flying towards a driver or passenger. ¬†More than two dozen deaths and hundreds of injuries have been linked to the exploding airbags.

Drivers should be on the lookout for official notices from their car maker indicating that they need to take their car in for free airbag replacement service. Even vehicles that have had an airbag replaced before might need a second replacement since Takata has expanded the list of airbags multiple times over the last five years. Most affected car companies have easy ways to look up affected vehicles on their websites in case you missed their recall mailings. You normally just need to provide basic information and your car’s Vehicle Identification Number.

Unfortunately, it seems that Takata still has more recalls ahead of it which means car owners need to remain vigilant in case their car is recalled, or recalled again, in the future.