Just pulled my Eclipse from Chicagoland to Punta Gorda, Fl in October. 1400 Miles in 3 days. About 23 hours of drive time. I Shrinkwrapped the main and boom with sailcover on with the 12" wide stuff from Home Depot. It is where the moving supplies are. Took all of 5 minutes. Stayed on pretty well although I couldn't go over 58 mph in the Jeep without a little shimmy in the steering. Maybe not "highway speed" in a big pickup but seemed very secure if you wrapped it tight. When I got to Punta Gorda, removed it, took all of 10 minutes. Sail and cover looked like they did before. No dust, bugs, etc. I highly recommend this method. I don't know how well it would work on other boats. I've seen pictures of factory delivery boats and this appears to be what the factory does too. The Jib? I just wrapped in in a big U and put in in the cabin. Easy Peasy. I also tied all the stays, mast, boom, engine and tiller down with shock cords. Removed the rudder. That's about it. Boat was dirty when I arrived so I had it washed for $30 in the driveway. Had a good coat of wax so it now looks great. Sails perfectly clean. Didn't have to wash them at all.
Have Fun and Fair winds,