Think I will avoid the interstate coming home.
In fact, I would suggest NOT finalizing the sale without a "real" test ride.
There are two main problems.
First, everything WORKS different and the things that your body learned to do mostly automatically on 2 wheels just won't work on 3.
Then everything FEELS different. A pavement irregularity that only affects ONE of the wheels can make it feel like it's going to jump off the road.
Most of that is "fixable" just with time in the seat......in a lot of short rides on various roads. That helps your "training" better than long rides.
I've managed to get over my initial dislike of 3 wheels but it has taken a LONG time.
The worst part is asphalt roads with wheel tracks worn into the pavement.
It is almost impossible NOT to have one wheel on top of one of the ridges between the tracks.
That makes for a really unstable feeling.
Alas, in Florida a really HIGH percentage of the roads are like that.
I used to avoid the Interstates like the plague.
With the Spyder, sometimes the ride on freeways is much better than the 2 lane alternatives.
P.S. Your quotes will look better if you are careful to not remove some of the special formatting characters.