If the vehicle's exhaust smokes for more than 10 seconds, record the details below and submit to EPA
Exactly 10 digits or exactly 8 digits. No spaces or hyphens.
Letters and numbers only, no spaces.
If the vehicle is pulling a trailer, make sure to record the registration plate details for the vehicle, not the trailer.
Begin typing or select from drop down to choose from list of vehicle makes.
Enter street name, address or intersection. For example: 120 Elizabeth St, George St near Smith Parade or crossing Smith Bridge.
Limit 50 characters. Special characters not allowed.
Include any additional information in the “additional details” field below.
Vehicle exhaust must smoke for more than 10 seconds to be reported.
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In cold weather, condensation can be mistaken for white smoke.
Condensation normally disappears after the vehicle warms up,
does not trail back very far from the exhaust, and water droplets can be seen falling from the exhaust pipe outlet.
Please do not report a vehicle emitting condensation.
If you have any additional information describing the driver, vehicle, location or pollution incident, please enter those details here.
Please note: The report can only be actioned if the smoke was observed for more than 10 seconds continuously.