I don't get this sentence. "We're interested in having Barry give it a road test"
Here is the full sentence. "We’d like to. We’re especially interested in having Barry, our columnist, give it a road test before April’s New City motorcycle festival. Is that possible?"
What is the meaning of Have in that sentence? Is it like ordering someone to do? For example, He had the bouncers throw them out of the clue. Please show me another example sentence.