Consider the implications of heat or travel sickness on animals, for example dogs should never be left in a car on a warm day even for a few minutes with a window open.
According to the RSPCA, if it’s 22°C outside, within an hour it can be 47°C inside a car.
Like humans, animals can also suffer from motion sickness.
Fresh air does wonders, so open the window a little when travelling in the car. There are also medications available from your vet to help alleviate motion sickness.
Dogs cannot regulate their body temperatures as efficiently as humans, so make sure it isn’t too hot or too cold in the car. Take care with using your air conditioning.