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A rabbit should not be loose in the car, even if you have made a special area for them. A rabbit should remain in their carrier, which should be secured in the back seat. For that long of a trip, you will need to stop and check on her frequently and make sure that she is okay. Most rabbits are homebodies and do not enjoy travel. That long of a trip could stress her out and make her go off of her feed.