This may be a strange question, or I may be overthinking. After taking an MSF course, I rode a little for a few years, but wouldn’t say I ever got past beginner, and I don’t have a bike right now. If I was considering getting something to commute on (HOT lanes make a huge difference commuting in the DC area), and wanted it to be a 3-wheeler to cover as much weather as possible, what’s the most ‘sensible’ way to get there (yes, I know, it’s not the most sensible question to start with!)? A Can-Am feels like the most direct route, but also more than a little bloodless, and Urals (save maybe the newest ones) don’t seem to be up to 30 miles at 70+ that the HOT lane would involve. Failing either of those, I’m considering either going back to square one with a 250-500 and looking for a hack rig after getting my sea legs back, or buying a cruiser or standard big enough to be a tug from the get go, and either reselling if I find a good rig, or adding a hack later. Any other possibility I’ve missed? Or any potential tugs I should give particularly hard looks at? Or should I just hold out for the fabled E-Ural?