I'm going to depart from the previous advice a little and say don't worry too much about it. My second-ever excursion was a three-week, 4750-mile trip to the Southwest this summer, and I drove every dang mile myself because I don't trust my wife to pilot a go-cart, much less a 12k-lb rig. It's my truck and my TT, and since she refuses to help me pay for it, I don't want her driving it. She can sleep in it and clean a little, but that's it. Before that trip, I had only ever towed three hours to a state park. My point in saying this is, you got this man, by yourself if need be. But if it were me, I'd probably try to split the drive into two days.
My biggest advice is, make sure your lugs are torqued to spec every couple hundred miles, as well as all the nuts & bolts on your hitch, your cold tire pressure is on point, and if you don't have one already, get a TPMS for peace of mind. Other than that, kick back, munch on some sunflower seeds, and enjoy the miles blurring by.
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