OK, here in Ohio, state law says that most traffic laws don't apply on private property. Right of way, speed limits, display laws, and lighting laws can't be enforced on private property.
Reckless operation, however, can be enforced ANYWHERE that has unrestricted public access, and certain other laws can be enforced if requested by the property owner, or a representative thereof(i.e., a restaurant or hotel manager or shift manager, or a security guard).
In a restricted access area, i.e., your driveway, a gated lot, farm field, etc., you can deliberately smash your car into a brick wall if you want, as long as you don't damage anyone else'* property without their permission, threaten another person'* safety, or pose a risk of leaving the property if you lose control. Also, they can enforce DUI if you are riding a bicycle inside a padded corral while on too much Benadryl. ANY vehicle, ANY form of intoxication, anywhere.