Many dealerships can arrange shipment. Often times they just pay someone to drive it unless it is really far and then they will help get it shipped.
But for the extra cost of shipping plus the premimum you will pay a dealer I would suggest you bite the bullet and drive it back. Highway driving isn't difficult. Just stay close to the speed limit, stay in the right lane unless passing, watch for people merging on the on ramps. When an 18 wheeler passes you be prepared for a little bit of 'bucking', it's not drastic but you know you are being passed. Often times I slow down as they pass just so I am not driving along side of them and to help give them plenty of room to merge back in.
What you want to avoid is driving in the left lane next to someone at the same speed. Either pass them or slow down and get behind them.
Also, if you find yourself passing an 18 wheeler, speed up and get by them. Don't take 2 minutes to pass them. You might be breaking the speed limit but that is safer than hanging out next to one.
82 Cherokee WT - SOA/SF/agr box/Borgeson ujoint steering shaft/401/performer/holley TA/HEI/BeCool/727/np208/d44(aussie)/amc20(ARB)/BFG 35X12.5/Corbeau Moab Seats/RCI 6point Harness,Hella Aux lights/tuffy console/killer32 slider bars/custom bumpers and roll bar/Alpine head unit/amps/speakers 2002 Liberty Limited Early edition - Basically stock