Hello and welcome.
We have the same rig. We tend to travel in shorter hops 2-3 hours, 4 max and so have not had to open them en-route, but I sure it would be fine as long as you can eyeball the location to be pretty level. We have the washer and dryer in that slide in the hallway so, just like the kitchen, it's a lot to move. I would only move it as much as needed to get into the bathroom- It's a lot of draw on the batts, and if you have the residential fridge, your already drawing on them for that. And I'd keep the truck running; it's only a few amps but take what you can get. We upped the 2 lead acid G24's that the dealer gave us to 2 G27 AGM's and I feel that this helped.
I'm hoping that by now they fixed the bug with the bedroom door lock-out switch. It's supposed to allow you to extend the slide with the door in any position but allow retraction only if the door is locked open (so you don't crush the door). Ours won't allow slide extension if the door jumps the switch, such as when Joan drives and takes a set of double railroad tracks like she's Evil Kneevil. We've since shorted the switch wires in the basement until we get to the dealer in a couple of weeks. It's really been the only major issue we've had with the rig (well, there's the crack) and I have to think they have it solved by now.
We're coming up on almost a year and a half full time and I hope you enjoy yours as much as we do our new home.
Oh, and that rule about holding the slide switch for 5 seconds after travel is only for the inner headboard slide (the Schwintek). The Slimracks and the dinette are normal. Took me the longest time to sort that out.
Joan & Angus Campbell
Moving slowly towards Texas for crack rehab...
2019 Pinnacle 36SSWS
2019 F350 DRW Lariat CC Long Bed Diesel "Sheila"
4 Chihuahuas and 4 cats
We don't camp, we don't glamp, we LIVE.