Licensed surveyor here. A few legal points.
>>You keep saying it, but it's still not true.
Yes, it is.
>>Fucking google it yourself if you don't believe me. >>You can't buy land with a road on it then become the dictator of who gets to drive on it.
The ONLY way people can legally use a road on your property is if YOU GRANT THEM THAT RIGHT. This is a legal process called granting an easement or right-of-way. It is almost always paid for, and has to be written into the property's deed and recorded. It doesn't just happen. If you buy property with a road on it, (or build one yourself) and there isn't a description of an easment for that road on the deed then YES, YOU ARE the dictator of who gets to use that road.
>>If someone else's property is attached to that land everyone has the right to drive on your road.
Nope, it's yours. no one has the right to use it or trespass on it unless you okay it, either with personal permission, or through a legally recorded, bought-and-paid-for documentation, which YOU agree with.