You should be fine.
I delivered lots of Jayco trailers in the winter. Nothing was ever said (other than be careful) about anything special I needed to do while moving them because of the temperature. The factory had done whatever was needed for winterization, of course.
The very first delivery I made for Jayco was from IN to WI in January. The unit was covered with ice when I delivered it! We had a hard time reading the unit number through the frozen slush.
You might be cautious with the stabilizer jacks, however. It might be possible to twist the trailer. That might cause a problem where different panels join, but that is just a guess, not based on anything I've heard or experienced.
BTW, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Sherm & Terry w/rescues Steve (std Poodle) & Eydie (min Schnauzer)
2015 Jay Flight 27RLS (Camped: 102 nights 2015, 90 nights 2016)
2006 Ford F350 6.0 PSD, Lariat, 4WD, CC, LB, SRW, auto., Camper pkg.