1) If the road has been in use by you uninterruptedly for 25 years and if that is the only access to your property, by virtue of easement rights you can claim right on the use of the road.
2) Easement rights is defined as "A right of use over the property of another. Traditionally the permitted kinds of uses were limited, the most important being rights of way and rights concerning flowing waters. The easement was normally for the benefit of adjoining lands, no matter who the owner was (an easement appurtenant), rather than for the benefit of a specific individual (easement in gross)"
3) In the current instance your right falls under : An easement by prescription arises through an individual's use of land as opposed to the possession thereof. An easement of this nature will be recognized in these instances: (1) the easement is adverse or contrary to the interests, and absent the permission, of the landowner; (2) it is open and notorious; (3) it is continuous and uninterrupted; and (4) it exists for the period of time prescribed by state statute. If for a period of time beyond the prescribed statutory period A creates and openly uses a right of way across B's land without B's permission then an easement by prescription is created.
4) Therefore you need to file a suit in the civil court to establish your rights.Engage a local lawyer to do so.