I see, thank you for all the advice, very useful, I'll make a list.
I've been so worried about RV purchase and towing that I got physically ill, lot of pain in my side and back, can't even see a doctor as I'm out of state/insurance only works in my home state except emergency room, the whole thing is definitely stressful.
No, I don't have anyone to take with me to the drive.
First leg of the drive is to get my car towed 370 miles to where I'm staying temporarily.
Then, after a week, I'll be transporting it back to the West for storage.
Can't find autotransprort trailer to rent here in the very rural part of Midwest, so back to the West it'll defintely have to be a two-wheel dolly, and two car wheels on the ground. Thinking may be should buy a used Uhaul 2-wheel dolly and be done with it.
2-wheel dolly is more expensive to rent that full autotransport trailer, for some reason, so I decided to stick with autotransport for 370 miles.
Uhaul car transport trailers got all the necessary stuff on them already, lights and breaks if required by law.
Thir car trailers provide straps, but I wonder if I should buy additional straps to secure the car some more.