When an automobile engine overheats and the radiator water begins to boil, the car can still be driven some?

When an automobile engine overheats and the radiator water begins to boil, the car can still be driven some distance before catastrophic engine damage occurs. Why? What determines the onset of really disastrous overheating?
This is a physics problem I am trying to figure out.



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