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Your bunny is so cute that I want to bunny nap him!
I'd wait since the car doesn't have air conditioning. Driving can stress some rabbits out, so you don't want stress induced breathing issues. Yes send them together. For bonded buns, you should try to keep them together as often as you can. Anytime one goes to the vet, I bring the other. Most practices, that frequently deal w/ bunnies know that you will keep them together. Once in the emergency room, my bun had to go into the O2 cage and his g/f was w/ him the whole time.