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How long were you driving it? If you can, plug it in when it's cold. Some people are proud of their trucks being able to fire right up in cold weather. That's great and all, but I don't want to cause any undue stress to my injectors by forcing it to run with honey for oil.
As for it continually smoking while driving. If you didn't drive for long...meh. If you drove for a while and it kept bellowing the white smoke, you may have a fubar'd thermostat. You can throw a piece of card board in front of the radiator to help a little until you can replace the thermostat.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
"No country can be called free which is governed by an absolute power;
and it matters not whether it be an absolute royal power or an absolute
legislative power, as the consequences will be the same to the people."
--Thomas Paine, Four Letters on Interesting Subjects, 1776