On Monday we will be traveling about 3.5 hours to bring home 3 (maybe 4) chicks from Meyer hatchery. We are driving because of our rural location. Shipping the required number from the mail order places of chicks for safe shipping would have left us with too many chicks. So, we elected to drive to a hatchery -Meyer is the closest. So, that being said we are picking the chicks up and driving straight home. Do I need to prepare in any way to keep them warm or should I assume they will be packed appropriately for a long drive? The lady on the phone told me that as long as we didn't run the air they should be fine. I did place an order with mypetchicken, which I ended up canceling because the required number of chicks for shipping kept increasing, when I spoke with the lady on the phone from there she said I should bring an inverter and a heat light in the car to keep the chicks warm during the drive home from the post office. Those chicks were being shipped to nearest large city (2 hours away). I hate to drive a couple hundred miles and have the chicks not make it due to not being warm enough. Just fretting... Thanks!!!