I will be moving to AZ (south of Pheonix) from MA this november, likely the 2nd-3rd week. An older family member is moving at the same time. So far, it seems like the best route to take in order to get it done, will be to head south till we hit I-40, then take that all the way to Flaggstaff AZ, then take 17 down to Pheonix, and so on. We are still investigating all of our moving options, but right now the strongest case is for us to rent a 16-20ft straight job, which will pull a dolly with one car on it, and chase the truck with another car. The problem we are afraid of running into is in the ABQ, NM area at that time of year. Someone else I know did the same move, and got stuck in or around ABQ for two days due to snowfall. Is this common? Personally, I would rather drive my own car, a 2003 Ford SVT Focus, which I only have Toyo Proxies summer tires for (sold my 4x4 truck). I really don't want to drive the other car, a 99 Olds Alero, which has some reliability issues. Any tips on what to do? I will be installing a CB/weather radio in whatever I drive out there, are there any alternative routes I should consider? A major detour isn't a big deal, as long as I know in advance and can have it mapped out if we need to go some other way. Thanks for any help you can give me, great site by the way.