The key is to keep the fries away from moisture.
Factor - The fry must stay crisp and tasty for at least as long as it takes to eat a full serving.
Fries that comes straight out of the fryer are almost always perfectly crisp. The true test of a great fry is whether or not it remains crisp and edible a few minutes later after it's been sitting on your plate.
Use of dehydrators or desiccant can keep the fries dry during your transit time.
Warning: Many Dehydrator or desiccant should be used carefully as they are toxic in nature. I would not recommend silica or chemical based dehydrator/desiccant.
Choice 1 - Crackers (or pieces thereof) can serve as an alternative desiccant. (Non-toxic and easily available)
Choice 2 - Salt is a natural dehumidifier. (Subject to weather conditions)
According to Transportation Information Service: Salt:
At up to 74% relative humidity and 20°C, salt does not absorb any appreciable quantities of water vapor. The critical water content of sodium chloride (NaCl) is 0.5% at 74% relative humidity, which is the flow moisture point at which salt begins readily to absorb water vapor, and increases such that, at 75% relative humidity, the salt dissolves.
Along with outdoor weather, car internal weather condition is also a factor which contributes to the moisture level.
A desiccant is a hygroscopic substance that induces or sustains a state of dryness (desiccation) in its vicinity; It is the opposite of a humectant. Commonly encountered pre-packaged desiccants are solids that absorb water.