I live in a sort of a subdivision. Actually, I live on a small piece of an old farm and the small sub-division is a few properties past my house. It's a dead end road, or series of roads, so if you drive past my house, you eventually have to drive back by my house. For the past 4 months, one of my "neighbors", who lives on the main road a few house from my road, has been riding dirt bikes and four wheelers with his friends and/or family through the subdivision at high speeds, popping wheelies, and riding around in circles in the road. I stopped said neighbor a couple of months ago and politely asked him to chill out with the trick riding, explaining to him that this was a quiet residential neighborhood and he was not only disturbing the peace, but also endangering the people walking, riding bicycles, and working in their yards. The peace lasted about a week. Today, a man stopped in my yard on a four-wheeler to let what looked like a 6-year old drive. Again, I told him he couldn't be racing dirt bikes up and down the road. He apologized and rode back towards the main road. Within minutes, three of them sped by, revving the throttles. I walked back towards the road as the homeowner in question told me "I paid for my house house just like you did". I asked him what that had to do with the price of rice in China, and he repeated that line and said he had the right to be on that road. I reminded him that he was riding illegally and disturbing the peace on top of that. He informed me that he had friends "in the police" (we don't have police, only Sherriff's deputies out here) and they told him he could ride on public roads as long as he wasn't being reckless. Again, I reminded him that he was. He said "Call the police then. They'll tell you the same thing." So I called the Highway Patrol, who came out within the hour and took statements from me and my other, closer neighbors. She went to his house, and from what another neighbor said, lit into him pretty good. I don't like getting the law involved in disputes like this, but he forced my hand. Another question I have is if you live on 1/2 acre with no access to a friendly neighbor's land and no truck or trailer to travel somewhere proper to ride, why would you buy two dirt bikes and a four-wheeler? His next-door neighbor has recently put up a tall privacy fence all the way down the property line, so it seems that this guy is an asshole to everybody.