Yes. Take it easy and have a good time. When I bought a 1988 Winnebago I drove it back from tn to sc with both front bags blown. When I bought by current unit, both bags were bad, took on several short trips before getting them replaced.
2016 Newmar Bay Star Sport 3004
2013 Chevy Sonic Hatchback (Automatic)
Also, when you get ready to replace the bags, check your clearance between the control arm bumper, and the bumper stop above it. You should have about 2 1/2 inches clearance. If you don't have that much, plan on putting coil springs on. If you replace the bags with the front springs collapsed like that, it will pinch holes in the new bags. Hope this helps...
Excellent point Mr_D. My apologies, I should have been more specific when I said air down the other side. I should have said air down to the minimum of 5-10 psi. This will keep the bag from rubbing or coming dislodged.