I hold the world record for slow travel from Baton Rouge to Lafayette, 60 miles, 14 hours. We were on our way home from Destin FL, summer break in 1982. We had borrowed a work van, loaded it with 40 cases of Old Milwaukee, a pound of sinsemilla, and very little common sense. It was all good until we hit Red Stick on the way home when the transmission decided it did not like being hot. We would drive a mile or so, then have to let it cool for an hour or two.
I also hold the record from Hammond LA to Lafayette, 22 hours. My Chevelle overheated about 50 miles after we missed the SE University exit for a fraternity party. Finals, and more importantly, Toga party the next day, forced my entourage to abandon me. I could make 3-4 miles before I had to refill the radiator, the water pump was toast. By the time I hit the Atchafalaya swamp, I had collected about 20 gallons worth of containers that got me across the 20 mile bridge. I made the toga party, but not the finals, <shrug>.