Does a right of way granted to a person under the orignal deed extend when that property is transfered to another? My grandfather gave a right a way in a deed when he sold a pardel of land that states a right of way is given to use the driveway to access the property to the buyers and their heirs. My grandfather then gave the property to my father with no mention of the right of way, who on turn has given the property to me with no mention of ROW . The reason I ask this is that my neighbor's property is bordered on 3 sides by my property on the fourth and far side from the highway by another neighbor and since my neighbors kids have grown up and still live at home all the cars they have they block my access and have used the property for planting trees, shrubs, and flowers. I've talked to them about this but to no avail, do they have any legal rights since they have used it for so long (neither my grandfather or father said anything about this behavior)?