Don't underestimate the bandwidth of a truck full of tapes
According to U-Haul's site and Wikipedia, a U-Haul 10' truck filled with LTO-5 tape drives can carry 45,414 tapes, or 68,121 TB of data.
Assuming it takes exactly a day to drive it across to wherever, that's a bandwidth of 0.7884375 a second, or a whopping 826,736.64 MB/s bandwidth on the truck itself.
Of course there is the time to write to the tapes, the time to load the tapes in the truck, the time to unload, the time to read, etc.
These calculations do not take weight into account.