Traveling in car with rising bread dough
I'm wondering if it would work to bring rising bread dough in the car for a 2.5 hour journey, mostly freeway driving. Keeping the temperature up in the car would be a necessity, of course, but would the jostling motion of the car affect the rise? I'd appreciate any thoughts on this. Thanks so much!
A few years ago, I let a couple pans of dinner rolls rise in the back of my car on the 2 hour drive to my in-laws' house. They were perfectly risen by the time we arrived and baked up beautifully. I can't imagine it wouldn't work for a loaf of bread.
My only additional suggestion would be to put the bowl/pan in a box for the ride. Having just yesterday spent 45 minutes cleaning waffle batter off the refrigerator, walls, cabinets and floor after the bowl took a spectacular dive out of the fridge, I can't imagine the cleanup would be much more fun with bread dough if you have to hit the brakes suddenly!