I moved 4 hives this spring. I used ratchet straps around them, pallet and all, slid them into the back of the truck.. Screens over the entrance, and I moved them at night,, a mile and a half down the road a deer ran out in front of me.. the tires squalled, and all I could think of was... oh crap... I'm going to die in this truck.. stung to death by 200K ANGRY bees... I pulled over about a half mile later on a side road to find that those hives hadnt shifted an eighth of an inch.. I drove a total of 32 miles to get back home.. it was a cool night, so I left them screened until morning. Pulled the screens as the sun began to peek over the horizon and all seemed well..
I let them settle in for a week before inspecting. Surprisingly.. Everything was in place and progressing smoothly.
You should be fine if you use more caution than I did in watching for hazards.