from a moving vehicle.
The main tip is to shoot in manual, setting the exposure to at least 1/350 seconds.
Any photo taken at less than f8 will be a bit soft, but can be sharpened, if needed.
Setting the ISO last, not first, ensures balanced exposure.
It may mean that the final photo may be a bit grainy, but that is better than a dizzy blur.
There is a useful explanation of the science involved on a site
"A Sibilant Intake of Breath".
It's called "Try f/8".
Oh... and I almost forgot... I always use a sturdy travel tripod to keep the camera steady.