• Only partially. While the rules don't generally apply in the conventional sense, you still CAN be charged with traffic crimes (like driving under the influence of alcohol) if you get into an accident or hurt someone.
  • law of the land civil code all apply , but not privet roads in private estate . if you open the private estate for public use then it becomes subject to the traffic rules
  • go to the web site, find your state, click on it and the DMV for that state comes up, in the top dark blue area you will see the words laws & attorneys,run mouse over it and a drop down list appears, choose vehicle code, and scroll down page till you see area that says over view and choose code book and read up on the code & laws. from what I can read, in general in state of CA on private roads no unless they are ungated and open to public then they become subject to laws.

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