DH and I are making a road trip to pick up some day old chicks next month. It's about a 10 hour drive home, not including stops. The goal of the road trip is mostly to give them a safer, more comfortable transport home than they would receive if they were shipped to us. The current plan is to set up a travel brooder in a plastic storage tote, complete with bedding, food, water, and an ecoglow (plugged into the car). My question is, what additional steps or modifications do we need to make to provide them with a healthy, low stress ride? Will we be able to leave them in the car alone for any length of time (to stretch our legs or eat in a sit-down restaurant)? Should we provide an additional source of warmth, like a ThermaCare heat wrap taped to the bottom of the brooder? Thanks for reading.