Here’s why your car is producing smoke
Knowing the color (or odor) of the smoke can help you figure out what’s causing it and if you should pull over right away or keep driving to a repair shop. Don’t be alarmed if you see smoke coming from the engine or exhaust while driving. When you start your car after it’s been sitting overnight, you’ll notice a small puff of white smoke rising from the exhaust. This is nothing more than evaporated water. On a rainy day, steam may come from beneath the hood when water burns off the radiator or exhaust. Learn more about it from this article.