Hey, I'm moving house for a few months while building works are happening on the current one. A friend has agreed to take on my fish during the move as we have no space for them in the new place and the house will not be suitable with all the building and nobody being there to care for them. My friend lives around a 40 minute drive away. I've got 5 cardinal tetras, 6 black tetras, a small guppy and a few shrimp in a 37l tank. (I know it's a tad oberstocked- i've cut down a bit, do you all think I should keep cutting down? health-wise they don't have any problems). i keep the tank at 24-26 degrees celcius, components including heater, filter and light. I've also got a few plants in there but I'm gonna chuck a couple of them as the shrimp have more or less destroyed them. anyway, question is, how will I go about moving them? it'll (hopefully) be by car, and I know the journey's not too long so should I not bother with getting the filter and heater going in the tank during the move? I'm going to give the tank a good clean a few days before the move (today), I've been thinking of getting transport plastic bags for the fish, but would it be better to just keep them in the main tank- I just want to cause them as little trauma as possible. If I do keep them in the main tank, I'd have to emtpty it to about half quantity and I'm afraid it'd splash around too much. also, should I keep as much water in the tank as possible? thanks for any help!