Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said today that it will start offering rewards to hackers who are able to pinpoint security flaws in its vehicle software.

FCA is the first major manufacturer to support such a program, paying bounties ranging from $150 to $1,500 through the vulnerability disclosure platform Bugcrowd.

FCA’s bounty program will initially prioritize the security of in-vehicle communications systems and owner websites, using Bugcrowd to facilitate what company officials describe as an “official way to make it easier for people to contact us and know what we’re really interested in.”

In July 2015, the security of FCA’s vehicle software was called into question when expert hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated how they could use a cellular communications exploit to take remote control of systems within a 2014 Jeep Cherokee.