More than 90,000 cars on the state's roads are still being driven with potentially deadly Takata airbags.
Tony Weber, federal chamber of automotive industries chief executive, has once again reiterated the need to follow the product recall advice and have the airbags removed.
"Car manufacturers have replaced more than 1.07 million faulty airbags in New South Wales, which represents more than 92 per cent of affected airbags," Mr Weber said.
"But we still have 90,432 faulty airbags on the road in New South Wales that require urgent replacement. This includes 3,308 of the highly dangerous Alpha and critical airbags."
The airbags are responsible for a number of deaths and serious injuries in Australia and around the world, as they have been known to deploy without warning, and in some cases eject sharp objects.
"They all have the potential to seriously injure or kill vehicle occupants and they all need to be replaced immediately," he continued.
"Owners of vehicles with faulty airbags need to understand the real danger to anybody who rides in their car and stop exposing themselves, their families and their friends to unnecessary risk."
Motorists can check the status of their car's airbag at the recall website, www.ismyairbagsafe.com.au or by texting TAKATA to 0487 247 224.