My girlfriend and I are about to embark on the next phase of our lives together; we're about to be moving from New Mexico to Oregon. I'm interviewing for a job in Bend tomorrow, and I'm pretty optimistic. Assuming I get the job, the plan is to have movers move our furniture, and then we'll put her car (07 cobalt) on a trailer and haul it to Oregon with my 2013 F-150 Supercrew ecoboost. Being that neither of us has made that drive before, should I be concerned with making the trip in a two wheel drive pickup, particularly with a trailer? From Albuquerque we plan to go north to Farmington, stop by four corners, then on up to Salt lake city for day one. Day two, we'll drive salt lake city up through Ogden, across Idaho, and on in to Bend. We'll be sticking to major highways/interstates as much as possible, and we're planning 12 to 14 hour days both days (weather permitting). Anything we should look out for? Is this a bad/dangerous idea? We're planning to leave within a day or two of Christmas.
Edit: Tentative plans are as follows
US550 -- NM64 -- US491 -- US191 -- US6 -- I15 -- I84 -- US26 -- US20
I40 -- CA58 -- CA99 -- I5 -- US97
We're open to more suggestions.