Originally Posted by 0llllll0
Now doesn't "the 2-wheel drive" rule still apply, to legally be on it? There are roads by my cabin in Gladwin county that have names (Wildwood road is one to be specific) but they have been neglected for so long that they are not capable of sustaining 2 wheel drive traffic, therefore it's my understanding that they are off limits.
My understanding is that if it's a public right of way they can't do "road closure by neglect". They would have to go through a formal road abandoning process to close it. You might actually be able to sue the county for failure to maintain the road.